THE DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY present Coffee Hour with DR. Jesse Ripot. Dr. Ripot's talk is titled "Risks in the Anthropocene". The talk will be held in Blegen Hall 445 at 3:30pm on Friday, February 28th, 2014. Click here for full event details.
February 2014 Archives
NINETEEN SIXTY NINE: AN ETHNIC STUDIES JOURNAL is announcing a call for papers. The journal is seeking submissions of art and scholarship that address the established legacy, challenges, and future of Ethnic Studies. The deadline for submissions is March 17th, 2014. Click nsn call for papers.docx for more information and for submissions.
SEX, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY IN THE EVERYDAY SPACESOF SCHOOLING is putting out a call for papers. Elizabeth Payne (QuERI) and Jessica Fields (SF State) are editing this special issue. Click here for more information and to learn how to submit papers.
THE 5TH ANNUAL LA ACADEMIA DEL PUEBLO CONFERENCE has extended its submission deadline for papers, panels, or posterboard presentations. The conference will take place on Saturday, April 26th. The deadline for submission has been extended until Friday, February 28th, 2014. Click here for more information and submissions.
THE WHEATON COLLEGE WOMEN"S STUDIES PROGRAM seeks to hire a one-year visiting assistant professor for the 2014-2015 school year. Applications are due March 31st, 2014. Click here for more information on the position and to apply.
THE TRANS-ATALANTIC SUMMER INSTITUTE IN EUROPEAN STUDIES (TASI) is now accepting applications for its summer fellowship program. This year's topic is "Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion across Europe and North America: Thinking Beyond Identity" and is looking for those whose research focuses on practices of inclusion and exclusion in late modern heterogeneous societies. The institute takes place July 7th - July 19th, 2014. Click here for more information and to apply.
MINNEAPOLIS URBAN SCHOLARS is now accepting applications for its leadership development summer internship program. The internship program provides professional experience and career skill development, along with being a full time paid position. Click here for more information and to apply.
THE AMERICAN STUDIES DEPARTMENT is co-sponsoring "Sexual Violence on College Campuses", a talk by Stephanie Gilmore. The presentation will be held in the Science Teaching and Student Services Building 220 at 4:00pm on Tuesday, March 4th, 2014. Click here for the full event details.
THE GRADUATE INTERDISCIPLINARY GROUP IN SEXUALITY STUDIES presents a lecture by Mel Chen, Associate Professor of Gender & Women's Studies, U.C. Berkeley. The lecture is titled "Racial Feelings, Material Alliances". The lecture will be held in Ford Hall 130 from 1:00 - 2:30pm on Thursday, February 27th, 2014. Click Mel Chen Poster.docx for full event details.
The Department of African American & African Studies and the Black Student Union present a screening of Gideon's Army. Following the screening there will be a discussion featuring Professors Rose Brewer, Nekima Levy-Pounds, and Keith Mayes. The event takes place Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 starting with a reception at 5:30pm and the screening and discussion going from 6:00 - 8:30pm at Coffman Memorial Union Theater. Click here for full event details
The National Council for Research on Women has launched the Mariam K. Chamberlain Dissertation Award and announced the call for submissions. The $8,500 Award is open to any first-generation college graduate currently pursuing a PhD at an accredited university in the U.S. Applications must be submitted by March 10, 2014 Click here for more information and applications.
GTMO in MSP? Surveillance and Detention in the Twin Cities: A Public Forum has been added to the list of events for the Guantanamo Public Memory Project (GPMP). The event will take place on Saturday, March 1st from 5 - 6:30pm at the Brian Coyle Center. Click GTMO in MSP Event Program.pdf for more information on this event and the other GPMP events.
The University Libraries have assembled a online guide titled Doing Local History in the Twin Cities. The guide is meant to help connect students with local resources for research, service learning projects, and other academic endeavors. Click here to access the guide.
The University College Dublin has opened registration for the UCD Clinton Summer Seminar. The 2014 seminar will be held July 6th - 13th at the UCD campus. This year's theme is "Media: Theory, Practice, and Networks". Registration is due April 10th, 2014
Sarah Haley presents "The Carceral Life of Gender in the New South". The lecture is sponsored by the Departments of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies and African American & African Studies. It will be held on Friday, February 21st, 2014 at 3pm in room 151 Ford Hall. Click here for the full event details.
American Studies Spring Assembly meeting will be held on Monday, February 17th from 3:30 - 5 pm in 105 Scott Hall (the Scott Hall Commons). All students and faculty are invited to attend. If you would like to suggest agenda items please email Colleen at email@example.com . We look forward to seeing you.
Kwame Holmes, University of Colorado, presents "Fighting the Fascist Faggots:" Rev. Douglas Moore and the Perversity of Black Nationalist Politics in Washington, D.C. 1974-1979. This talk is part of the series, Black Studies and American Studies at the Crossroads, sponsored by the Departments of African American Studies & African Studies and American Studies. Click Kwame Holmes Lecture.pdf for more information.
Sam Freeman presents, "Diversity in Sports: Changing the Course of Civil Rights." Thursday, February 13th, at 5:30 pm in 130 Murphy Hall. Sponsored by the School of Journalism and co-sponsored by the Department of African American & African Studies, the Institute for Advanced Study and the Department of American Studies. Click sam freedman.pdf for more information.
COGS/Center for Cognitive Sciences Stress Symposium. The deadline for submissions is Friday 14th at 5pm! The goal of this symposium is to have University of Minnesota graduate students from a broad range of programs (e.g. Child Psychology, Economics, Business, Neuroscience, etc) present their work as it pertains to the effects of stress on personal and economic health. Click Stress Conference.pdf for more information.
Martin Summers will present "'A Maze of Unintelligibility': Psychotherapy and African American Patients at Saint Elizabeth's Hospital, 1900-1940" for the History of Medicine lecture series on February 14th.
Kalani Mitchell presents, "Expanded Cinema at the Valie Export Archives," February 20th. This talk is sponsored by the Center for Austrian Studies and the Department of German, Scandinavian and Dutch. Click here for more information.
If you are graduating and plan to participate in the spring graduate student commencement ceremony for Arts, Sciences, and Engineering taking place on Friday, May 2, 2014, the deadline to register is Monday, March 3, 2014. For more information, visit https://sites.google.com/a/umn.edu/ase-commencement/
The Race Reading Group is a space where scholars interested in race can meet one another and participate in engaged dialogue on race and race scholarship. We meet approximately once a month to discuss a pre-selected reading.
A Forgotten Narrative of the Morrill Hall Takeover: Lessons in Black Feminism. A Conversation with Anna Stanley on Friday, February 7, 2014 | 3pm - 4:30pm. Sponsored by African American & African Studies Department. For more information please click here.
CSCL invites you to attend the presentations from the finalists in an Assistant Professor search.
The Department of Geography, Environment and Society Coffee Hour: Dr. Evan Larson will give a talk titled "A World in Pieces: Fragmentation and the Fundamental Influence of Landscape Structure on Forest Ecosystems." Friday, February 7th at 3:30 pm.
GIDEON'S ARMY - A film screening and critical discussion - a special Black History Month presentation by the Department of African American & African Studies and the Black Student Union. Wednesday, February 19th, 2014, 5:30 PM Reception, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Film Screening and Discussion. Click here for more information and to RSVP.
MANIFEST, an annual independent print journal on American architecture and urbanism, is requesting text, project, and photographic proposals for its second issue entitled, "Kingdoms of God." Please submit all material in a single PDF (5MB maximum file size) to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, 14 March 2014.For more information please see attachment: Manifest_KOG_CFP_FINAL.pdf