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Questions That Matter: Data and Democracy

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Leta Hong Fincher: “The Feminist Awakening in China”

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Jessica Bauman: “What Refugees Taught Me About Shakespeare”

Living Writers: Ronaldo V. Wilson

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Maitra Memorial Lecture / Foundation Medal with Janet Yellen

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An Evening with Madeleine Albright

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Desmond Jagmohan: “Candor and Courage: Ida B. Wells and Fearless Speech”

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Living Writers: Steven Church

Dickens and the Disaster of Marriage

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Sanctuary Practices Workshop

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John Dizikes Memorial

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MLK Convocation: Melissa Harris-Perry

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Rescheduled to MARCH 12: Safiya Noble, Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism

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Laurie Palmer: “Public Sun”

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Book Talk: Marlon James – Black Leopard, Red Wolf

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Jerry Zee: “Continent in Dust: China in Aerosol Phases“

Gabriel Guillén: “¿Revolución o Candy Crush? Una conversación sobre y sus afines”

James Loeffler, “The Right to Be Heard – Jews, Human Rights, and Global Democracy”

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Public Fellowship Info Session

Breanne Fahs: “Burn it Down: Firebrand Feminism and the Legacy of Second-Wave Radical Feminism”

All Power to the People! Asian American Radicalism, Bay Area Universities, and the Third World Liberation Front

Living Writers: Alex Marzano Lesnevich

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Breakfast seminar: All the Power to the People!

PhD+ Graduate Student Workshop: Publishing Scholarly Articles with Gordon Hutner

Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Alirio Karina

Translating America/America Translated Symposium

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Translating America/America Translated Symposium

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Lise Getoor: “Responsible Data Science”

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Giving Day 2019

Dee Hibbert-Jones: “Last Day of Freedom & Run With It”

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International Women’s Day: Celebrating Feminist Scholarship from the Americas

Karen Tei Yamashita Celebration

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Friday Forum for Graduate Research: Alessia Cecchet

Curating a Decolonial Guide to Hawai’i: The Detours Project

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