THE DEPARTMENT of GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, and SOCIETY is hosting a talk titled "Augmented and Bare Reality: An Art Practice" by Rebecca Krinke in Blegen Hall 445 beginning at 3:30 on Friday, October 31st.
A LEGAL HISTORY WORKSHOP titled "Rural Tuberculosis, Native Americans, and the Patchwork Provision for Public Health in the United States, 1929-1945" by Jennifer Gunn is being offered this Friday, October 31st from 12:15 pm-1:15 pm in Room 339 of the Law School. Click Gunn.doc for more information.
The RHR Issue on Queering archives which was co-edited by Professor Kevin Murphy was just published.
The Department of Geography, Environment, and Society is hosting a coffee hour on Friday, October 24th at 3:30 pm in Blegen Hall 445. The talk will be given by St. Olaf professor Eric Fure-Slocum and titled "Negotiating the City: Labor and Working-Class Politics in 1940s Industrial America".
THE UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA- IRVINE is accepting papers for "Trans-Scripts", the interdisciplinary journal in the Humanities and Social Sciences at their university with the theme "Race/Gender Revisited." Click Trans-Scripts CFP 2014-15.docx for more information.
THE UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA- LOS ANGELES CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF WOMEN is accepting proposals for their 25th annual Graduate Student Research Conference "Thinking Gender 2015". Click here for more information
THE CENTER for JEWISH STUDIES is accepting applications for the 2014 Jerome Joss Graduate Student Research Grant. Students must be working in some specific area of academic Jewish Studies. ClickJoss Flier Final.pdf for more information
THE CENTER for JEWISH STUDIES is hosting a talk by Paul Lerner titled "The Department Store on Rails: Consumer Capitalism, Circulation, and the Jewish Question in Modern Germany" on Monday, October 27th at 12:15 pm in 1210 Heller Hall. Click PaulLerner_ColloquiumFlyer-1.pdf for more information.
THE DEPARTMENT of the HISTORY of MEDICINE invites you to a mini-symposium on Friday, October 24, from 1:00-5:30pm, 555 Diehl Hall, with a reception immediately following in the Wangensteen Historical Library. Click Vesalius poster.pdffor more information.
THE INTERDISCIPLINARY CENTER for the STUDY OF GLOBAL CHANGE is hosting a talk by Dr. Leslie Witz and Dr. Helena Pohlandt-McCormick titled "From Crisis to Social Acts: New Directions in the Humanities" on Friday, October 24th at 12:00pm in 537 Heller Hall.
Click 10.24 LWitz HPohlandtMcCormick.pdf for more information.