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Nidhi Mahajan: “Moorings: Trade Networks and States in the Western Indian Ocean”

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Paolo Gerbaudo, The Digital Party: Political Organisation and Online Democracy

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The Carl Mark Deppe Memorial Lecture: Alex Purves

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SPOT Research Cluster Workshop

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Banu Bargu: “Catching a Moving Train: Decolonizing Aleatory Materialism”

Michael Vann: The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt – Empire, Disease, and Modernity In French Colonial Vietnam

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Deirdre de la Cruz: “Psychic Surgery and Other Philippine Phenomena of the Global Occult”

Living Writers: Brenda Shaughnessy with Ellen Bass

Antisemitism and the Internet: Old Hatred and New

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Linguistics Colloquia: Sandy Chung

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A Book Talk and Discussion with Dr. Emily Thuma

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David Kazanjian: “‘I am he:’ Revising the Theory of Dispossession from Colonial Yucatán”

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Living Writers: Daniel Borzutzky

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Monterey Bay Applied Linguistics Symposium

PhD+ Workshop Series: Writing for Graduate School and Beyond

Norman O. Brown Conference: Into the Future, Day 1

The 19th Season of the Miriam Ellis International Playhouse (MEIP XIX)

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Norman O. Brown Conference: Into the Future, Day 2

The 19th Season of the Miriam Ellis International Playhouse (MEIP XIX)

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The 19th Season of the Miriam Ellis International Playhouse (MEIP XIX)

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Faculty Ethics Bowl: Ethics and the Far Future

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Shadi Rohana: “Cervantes and the Arabs: Don Quixote in translation”

Balancing Fair Use and Student Access in Selecting Course Texts: A Workshop for Instructors

Coloquio de Spanish Studies: Shadi Rohana

My Own Words: The Law & Legacy of RBG

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The Twentieth Annual Literature Undergraduate Colloquium

Veda Popovici-History Does (Not) Repeat Itself: Speculative Histories of Post-Revolutionary Romania

Living Writers: Student Readings

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Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Katie Ligmond

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Ashwini Tambe: “Tropical Exceptions: Racial Logics in Twentieth Century Intergovernmental Age of Consent Debates”

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Feminist Science Studies Conference: Indigeneity and Climate Justice Day 1

Thi Nguyen: “The Gamification of Public Discourse”

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Feminist Science Studies Conference: Indigeneity and Climate Justice Day 2

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