School of Humanities Complex


Current Events

Date Time Program Title
03/17/1705:00 PMHistoryInvestigating the Resonance and Travels of Emotive Histories
04/03/1706:00 PMCenter for Persian Studies and Culture"The Biblical book of Deuteronomy and the Zoroastrian religious culture of the Medes" a talk by Prof. James Russell
04/04/1712:00 PMHumanities Commons"Nationalism, Empire, and Knowledge" with Benjamin Zachariah & Tamar Novick
04/04/1712:00 PMHumanities CommonsThe Workshop on Science, Technology, and Race
04/05/1701:30 PMEnglishEnglish and Comparative Literature Dissertation Colloquium: Aubrey Tang, "Visceral Visuality: Trespassing in the Body in Drug War"
04/07/1701:00 PMHumanities CommonsArt + Feminism Wikipedia Editathon
04/10/1705:00 PMAsian American Studies"Learn about the AAS 4+1: Pizza and Info Session," 5-6:30 p.m., HG 3341. RSVP to by April 6 .
04/10/1705:00 PMSpanish and PortugueseDistinguished Speaker - Stephanie Merrim
04/11/1705:00 PMArt HistoryAHUA's "UNDER THE SCOPE Art Show"
04/12/1706:00 PMArmenian StudiesLegacy of Impunity: Sexual Violence Against Armenian Women and Girls During the Genocide
04/12/17TBAEnglishEnglish and Comparative Literature Dissertation Colloquium: Ian Litwin
04/12/1705:00 PMGender and Sexuality StudiesSarah Haley: No Mercy Here: gender, punishment, and the making of Jim Crow Modernity
04/12/1706:00 PMShakespeare CenterThe Legacy of Orson Welles' Voodoo Macbeth
04/13/1705:00 PMHistory"Do Leaders Make History? Reflections on the American Presidency" Keith L. Nelson Lecture in U.S. International History: Fredrik Logevall
04/13/1704:00 PMHumanities CommonsGrant-Writing Workshop Series | Session 1
04/13/17TBASpanish and PortugueseXXIII Annual Juan Bruce-Novoa Mexican Studies Conference
04/14/1708:00 AMArt HistoryMellon Sawyer seminar: yearlong suite of wartime documentation and postwar reflection courses, lectures, panels, and exhibits
04/14/1701:00 PMArt HistorySawyer Seminar Documenting war presents: War and the Built Environment
04/14/1701:30 PMHumanities CommonsTeaching at Community College
04/17/1704:00 PMCritical Theory at UCIMini Seminar with Etienne Balibar
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