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Reading Seminar: Jeffrey Santa Ana’s Transpacific Ecological Imagination

Jeffrey Santa Ana: “Queer Postcolonial Ecocriticism: Disremembering place and witnessing imperial debris in Han Ong’s The Disinherited”

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Laura Rosenzweig: “The Story of Hollywood’s Spies: Jewish Resistance to Nazism in Los Angeles in the 1930s”

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Maeve Cooke: “Civil Disobedience as Civil Regeneration: The Radically Transformative Power of Political Law-Breaking”

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Intimate States: Family, Domestic Space, and the State

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Santa Cruz Pickwick: “How Did the Grim Reaper’s Swift Scythe Sharpen Little Dorrit’s Plot?”

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Living Writers Series: Carmen Giménez Smith & giovanni singleton

Humanities Institute Public Fellows Info Session

Digital Humanities VizLab Open House

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Amanda Smith: “Cartographic Delusion: When Maps Lie & People Believe Them”

Gabrielle Hecht – “Residual Governance: Mining Afterlives and Molecular Colonialism in a South African Anthropocene”

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Christopher Breu: “In Defense of Sex”

Christopher Breu: “The Post-PhD Path”

Living Writers Series: Sherwin Bitsui

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Mayanthi Fernando: “SuperNatureCulture: Human/Nonhuman Entanglements Beyond the Secular”

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Unintelligible: Noise Against Capture

PhD+ Stephanie Montgomery and Melissa Brzycki: “Podcasting Pop Culture – Engaging Public Audiences in East Asian History”

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Unintelligible: Noise Against Capture

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Yiannis Papadakis: “Here/There: Immigrants, Comparison & Critique”

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Living Writers Series: Leif Haven & Jared Harvey

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Alumni Weekend 2018

Linguistics Colloquium: Pronouns in Competition Workshop

Friday Forum: Allison Nguyen

14th Annual Graduate Research Symposium

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Alumni Weekend 2018

Linguistics Colloquium: Pronouns in Competition Workshop

2018 Baskin Ethics Lecture & Alumni Weekend Keynote “The Ethical Role of the Public University”

Bettina Aptheker: “Women in the Arts”

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Alumni Weekend 2018

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Reading Seminar: Dr. Lesley Green

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Kyla Schuller: “The Biopolitics of Feeling: Race, Sex, & Science in the Nineteenth Century”

Lesley Green: “Sons and Daughters of Soil?”

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Devin Naar: “Sephardic Archives from Analog to Digital: Three Tales of Memory and Visibility”

Living Writers Series: Courtney Kersten

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Friday Forum: LuLing Osofsky

Linguistics Colloquium: Liz Coppock, Boston Univeristy

Language of Conservation Project: In Search of “Values as Yet Uncaptured by Language”

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