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History of Science, Technology, and Medicine Lecture, Arthur Daemmrich

THE HISTORY of SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, and MEDICINE program is hosting a lecture by Professor Arthur Daemmrich titled "Vulnerable Subjects, Vulnerable Knowledge: Children's Chemical Testing Programs in the United States and European Union" on Friday, December 5th at 3:35 pm in 131 Tate Lab of Physics. Click f14_Daemmrich.pdf for more information.

Graduate Workshop in Modern History Discussion

THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT is hosting their Graduate Workshop in Modern History on Friday, December 5th at 12:00 pm in Heller Hall 1229. The discussion is on Laura Luepke's dissertation chapter "Science, Religion, and the Project of Professional Boundary Maintenance." Hard copies are available in the history main office. Click here for access to an electronic version of the chapter.

Department of Geography, Environment, and Society Talk, Mohammed Bamyeh

THE DEPARTMENT of GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, and SOCIETY is hosting a coffee hour on Friday, December 5th at 3:30 pm in Blegen Hall 445. The talk will be given by University of Pittsburg professor Mohammed Bamyeh and titled "Do Revolutions Always Disappoint?"

Institute for Advanced Study Talk, Barbette Tischleder

THE INSTITUTE for ADVANCED STUDY is hosting a talk titled "Digital Virtuosity and Huggable Machines: The Appeal of the Nonhuman in Pixar Animation" by Professor Babette B. Tischleder on Thursday, December 11th at 3:00 pm in the Ellie and Tom Crosby Seminar Room in Northrup Auditorium. Click12.11.14 Babette Tischleder.pdf for more information.

ICGC Forum: Teach-In Ayotzinapa: Violence in Mexico and the War on Drugs

THE INTERDISCIPLINARY CENTER for the STUDY of GLOBAL CHANGE is hosting a forum titled "Teach-In Ayotzinapa: Violence in Mexico and the War on Drugs" Monday, December 1tst at 4:00pm in Blegen Hall Room 10. Click FlyerAyotzinapa.pdf for more information.

Department of Curriculum and Instruction Panel: "Perspectives from Leaders in the Field

THE DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM and INSTRUCTION is hosting a panel on the subject "Perspectives from Leaders in the Field" with Dr. Lisa Albrecht and Michael Hoh on Friday, December 5th from 12-1:30 pm in 355 Peik Hall. Click Diversity Dialogues Flyer 12-5-14-2.pdf for more information.

Department of Anthropolgy Talk, Seth Holmes

THE DEPARTMENT of ANTHROPOLOGY is hosting a talk by Seth Holmes (UC-Berkeley) on his new, award winning book: Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies: Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S. on Monday, Dec 1st at 4pm in Cowles Auditorium at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Click Berdahl final poster Holmes 2014.pdf for more information.

Department of History of Medicine Talk

THE DEPARTMENT of the HISTORY of MEDICINE is hosting a lecture titled "The Detroit Medical Center: Race, Renewal, and the Medicalized Motor City after 1950" by Dr. Jessica Nickrand on Monday, December 1st, from 12:20 to 1:10 pm in 555 Diehl Hall. Click Nickrand HMED Lecture Series poster Fall 2014.pdf for more information.

Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Film Showing

THE DEPARTMENT of GENDER, WOMEN, and SEXUALITY STUDIES with American Studies as a co-sponsor is hosting a film showing and discussion with the director of "In His Own Home: On the Racial Militarization of Campuses" , Professor Malini Johar Schuller of the University of Florida on Friday, December 5th at 3:30 pm in Nicholson Hall 135. Click In His Own Home Flyer (1).pdf for more information.

Law School Talk, Professor Adrienne Davis

THE LAW SCHOOL is hosting a talk by Professor Adrienne Davis of critical race theory fame on Thursday, November 20th from 12:15 - 1:15 PM in the Lindquist & Vennum Conference Room on the third floor of the Law School. Click regulatingsexwork.minnesota.november2014(3).pdf for more information.


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