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Public Fellowship Info Session

Kate McDonald – The Society of Wheels: Rethinking the History of Technology and Labor in Modern Japan

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Public Fellowship Info Session

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Robert Nichols – Theft is Property! Dispossession and Critical Theory

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Bronwyn Bjorkman: Realizing Syntax

Living Writers: Jess Arndt

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Latinos Modelos Conferencia/Latino Role Models Conference 2020

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Teaching in Tense Times: A Workshop on Academic Freedom, Inclusive Classrooms, and Some Challenges in College Teaching Today

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Questions That Matter: Reporting the Middle East

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Lukas Rieppel – Locating the Central Asiatic Expedition

Student Meet and Greet with Leila Fadel and Hannah Allam

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Marc Herbst – “Culture Beside Itself: On Common Sociality and its Relation to More Law-Like Cultural and Governmental Forms”

Linguistics Colloquium: Nikos Angelopoulos

Can We Talk? What Makes Campus Conversations So Tough, And How To Do Better

Living Writers: Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint

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Jeffrey Wasserstrom – Hong Kong on the Brink

Bia Labate: Dilemmas of Ayahuasca Globalization in the 21st Century

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Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Children of the Land

What’s Your Story? An Evening with Stephanie Foo

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“Free Men” Film Screening

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Linguistics Colloquium: Isabelle Charnavel

NEW LOCATION “Shusenjo: The Main Battleground of the Comfort Women Issue” Film Screening

Living Writers: Juan Martinez

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Canceled: PhD+ Workshop – Social Media and Scholarly Practice

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CANCELLED: Nancy Luxon – Switch Points of Power: Psychodynamics of state legitimation and neoauthoritarianism

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UPDATE: “Unrest” Film Screening

CANCELLED: Elizabeth Povinelli – The Axioms of Catastrophe: Coming and Ancestral Tactics

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Living Writers: Jennifer Tseng

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Mania Akbari: A Moon For My Father

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Dee Hibbert-Jones – Run With It

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Amitav Ghosh: “Unmuting the Brutes: Human and Non-human After the Collapse of ‘Civilization’”

Living Writers: Gretchen Primack

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Klaus Mühlhahn: China’s Rise in Historical Perspective

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