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The Mystery of Edwin Drood Discussion Series

Virtual Event

The Mystery of Edwin Drood Discussion Series February 26, March 26, and April 30 at 1:00-3:00 PM | Virtual Event The next three Pickwick Club sessions will focus on Dickens’s last and most enigmatic work, the unfinished Mystery of Edwin Drood. Considered by many lovers of detective fiction to be the ultimate mystery novel, since […]

Alev Çinar – The Predicament of Islamic Decoloniality in Turkey: Sufi Political Thought and the “Great East” Project of Necip Fazıl Kısakürek

Humanities 1, Room 420 Humanites 1 University of California, Santa Cruz Cowell College, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

After winning its battle against the occupying colonial powers during The War of Independence in 1919-1922, Turkey set on a secular, Westernizationist path toward modernization under Mustafa Kemal’s leadership. Turkey spent what can be referred to as its postcolonial period under its founding ideology, Kemalism, which launched a West-oriented secular modernization project that framed the […]

Hanna Musiol – Wounded Landscapes and Maps of Hurt: Breaths, Scars, and Tender Story-Sharing

Humanities 1, Room 210 1156 high st, Santa cruz, CA, United States

This event is co-sponsored by Film and Digital Media Maps always sense and often cut. Much has been written about their violence, as an overture for the genocidal touch, as a prospecting tool priming landscapes for material and narrative extraction, or as an instrument of attritional social neglect (Lo Presti). Hegemonic cartographies live off of […]

Unsettled Borders: The Militarized Science of Surveillance on Sacred Indigenous Land Book Talk and Celebration

Humanities 1, Room 210 1156 high st, Santa cruz, CA, United States

Unsettled Borders: The Militarized Science of Surveillance on Sacred Indigenous Land, examines the ongoing settler colonial war over the US-Mexico border from the perspective of Apache, Tohono O'odham, and Maya who fight to protect their sacred land. Exploring the logic of borders, Schaeffer turns to Indigenous sacred sciences and ancestral land-based practices that are critical […]

Labor Hope, Labor Reality: Organizing Unions in 2023 – An Evening with E. Tammy Kim

Namaste Lounge - College 9 Namaste Lounge, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

On Wednesday, May 3, at 5:30pm in the Namaste Lounge (College Nine), New Yorker writer and co-host of the podcast Time to Say Goodbye E. Tammy Kim will be giving a talk on the state of labor activism and organizing, followed by a panel discussion with writer, organizer, and doctoral candidate in Sociology Sarah Mason and Unite Here member […]

On Salon: Reading Series

Humanities 1, Room 210 1156 high st, Santa cruz, CA, United States

On Salon: A new reading series featuring UCSC’s incredible writers and poets. Join us for a new quarterly reading series sponsored by the Literature Department featuring graduate and undergraduate creative […]

The Deep Read: Faculty Salon

Cowell Ranch Hay Barn Ranch View Rd, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

On May 4, you’ll be able to join the conversation—either in person or online—at a salon-style event where our participating professors will lead a discussion of this year's Deep Read […]

The 41st West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics

Stevenson College Santa Cruz, CA, United States

The West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL, pronounced /ˈwɪkfəl/) is an annual linguistics conference, held in the spring at a university in western North America. It is a top […]

Encore Papers & Presentations

Namaste Lounge - College 9 Namaste Lounge, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

This crip-friendly event is an opportunity to learn about what your UCSC colleagues are doing in their Disability Studies work. Presenters will present works-in-progress, or re-deliver papers they have given […]