THE University of Minnesota in collaboration with the College of St. Benedict /St. John's University is hosting a conference with the theme on Human Rights as well as Art and Theater festival on March 12-14th, 2015. Click Program English.pdf for more information.
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THE LEGAL HISTORY WORKSHOP is hosting a lecture by PROFESSOR KUNAL Parker to discuss his forthcoming book "Making Foreigners: Immigration and Citizenship Law in America, 1600-2000" on Friday, February 27th from 10:10-12:10pm in 473 Mondale Hall. Click here for more information.
THE U of M CULTURAL STUDIES& COMPARATIVE LITERATURE STUDENT ASSOCIATION is hosting a seminar with the theme "Institutions at the Bleeding Edge: Technology, Authority, and the Future of Higher Education" on Friday, March 6th, from 12:00-8:00pm in 135 Nicholson Hall. Click here for more information.
THE ICGC is hosting a lecture titled "Women and Power in Post-Conflict Africa" by Aili Tripp on Friday, February 27th from 12:00-1:30pm in 1114 Social Sciences. Click here for more information.
THE CENTER for JEWISH STUDIES is hosting a lecture titled "Are Jews Pornographers? Obscenity and Jews in America, from Anthony Comstock Laws to Lenny Bruce" on Monday, March 2nd at 12:00pm in 133 Nicholson Hall. Click here for more information.
THE DEPARTMENT of GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, and SOCIETY is hosting a talk titled "Breaking Down Barriers or Breaking Up Communities? The Evolving Spatial Strategies of Fair Housing" by Ed Goetz in Blegen Hall 445 beginning at 3:30 on Friday, February 27th. Click here for more information
THE ICGC is hosting a lecture titled "Performing A Revolution: A Theatre of War in Ethiopia" on Friday, February 20th at 12:00pm in 537 Heller Hall by Surafel Wondimu Abebe. Click here for more information.
THE DEPARTMENT of AFRICAN and AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES is hosting a reading with the theme "Strangers in the Village: Imagining (Young) Black Bodies in America" on Saturday, February 21st from 12:30-2:30pm in STSS 312 by award-winning authors Claudia Rankine and Marlon James. Click here for more information.
THE OFFICE of INTERDISCIPLINARY INITIATIVES is hosting a panel presentation and discussion titled "Perspectives on Interdisciplinary Research and Scholarship: From Framing to Fruition" on Friday, February 20th from 1:30-3pm in 125 Nolte Center. Click here for more information.
THE GLBTA PROGRAMS OFFICE is hosting a Research Showcase around LBGTQIA issues and identities on March 4th, 2015 from 5-8pm in the Mississippi Room in Coffman Memorial Union. Click here for more information.