Event Archives for April 2012

Apr 3 Tue
Public Goods Series TALK: The Archaeology of Shipwrecks: Treasuring the Past? John Adams (Archaeology, University of Southampton, UK)
Apr 5 Thu
Upcoming Events PERFORMANCE: Sister Spit Spoken Word
Apr 5 Thu
IHC Research Focus Groups TALK: Russian Nationalism: Ideological Transformations and the Evolving Social Fabric Marlene Laruelle (International Affairs, George Washington University)
Apr 5 Thu
Upcoming Events TALK: Secularization without End: Modernity and Religion Professor Vincent Pecora (English, University of Utah)
Apr 5 Thu
Upcoming Events TALK: Selfhood on the Edge: African Photography at the Indian Ocean Crossroads Professor Sandy Prita Meier (Art History, Wayne State University)
Apr 6 Fri
IHC Research Focus Groups TALK: Russians in Central Asia: From the Former Imperial Minority to New Patterns of Integration Sébastien Peyrouse (School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University)
Apr 9 Mon
IHC Research Focus Groups TALK: Re-Membering: Creating memories/histories Ruth Hellier-Tinoco (UCSB Music, Theater & Dance)Carol Press (UCSB Music, Theater & Dance)
Apr 10 Tue
Upcoming Events PANEL: Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research: How to Develop and Manage a Successful Program Barbara Harthorn (Feminist Studies, UCSB)Mike Goodchild (Geography, UCSB)and Alan Liu (English, UCSB)
Apr 10 Tue
IHC Research Focus Groups PERFORMANCE: Re-Membering: Performing memories/histories
Apr 10 Tue
Public Goods Series TALK: Intellectual Property Wars, New Media, and the Activist Turn Kembrew McLeod (Communication Studies, University of Iowa)
Apr 12 Thu
Public Goods Series TALK: The Story of Making Change Annie Leonard (The Story of Stuff, Regents' Lecturer in Film and Media Studies)
Apr 13 Fri
IHC Research Focus Groups TALK: “A New Form of the Book”: Microfilm and Modernism Julia Panko (English, UCSB, UC Graduate Fellow in Humanities)
Apr 17 Tue
Public Goods Series TALK: Afghan Women and Youth Claiming the Public Spheres Ashraf Zahedi (Land of the Unconquerable: The Lives of Contemporary Afghan Women)
Apr 18 Wed
IHC's Research Fellows TALK: Raised or Razed? Colonia Concordia Iulia Karthago as Urban Borderland Jessica Ambler (Art History, UCSB)
Apr 19 Thu
Upcoming Events TALK: Holocaust and Genocide Yehuda Bauer (Academic Advisor, Yad Vashem)
Apr 19 Thu
Public Goods Series PANEL: Copyright: What Happened to the Republic of Letters? Meredith McGill (English, Rutgers) Oren Bracha (Law, University of Texas)
Apr 19 Thu
IHC Research Focus Groups TALK: Acting Operatically: Voice, Body and the Actress in Beckett’s Happy Days Marianne Sharp (University of Winchester, UK)
Apr 20 Fri
Upcoming Events TALK: Balancing Acts and National Security – Risk, Embodiment, Affect Kathleen Woodward (English, University of Washington)
Apr 23 Mon
IHC Research Focus Groups TALK: The Crip’s Speech in an Age of Austerity: Composing Disability Transnationally Robert McRuer (English, George Washington University)
Apr 25 Wed
Upcoming Events TALK: Waves of Resistance: Surfing and History in 20th Century Hawaii Isaiah Walker (Brigham Young University- Hawaii )
Apr 26 Thu
IHC's South Asian Religions and Cultures RFG TALK: Religion to Make a Nation: The Idea of the Bhakti Movement John Stratton Hawley (Religion, Barnard College and Columbia University)
Apr 26 Thu
IHC Research Focus Groups SEMINAR: Discussion of the Work of Ama Ata Aidoo
Apr 27 Fri
Upcoming Events SYMPOSIUM: “Artist as Community” 37th Annual Art History Graduate Symposium Lisa Bitel (Art History, University of Southern California)
Apr 30 Mon
Upcoming Events SEMINAR: Biorges: The “Closelaborations” of Borges and Bioy Casares Alfred MacAdam (Barnard College, Columbia University)
Apr 30 Mon
IHC Research Focus Groups TALK: Temple Piety, Temple Power: Vishnu Devotion in Cambodia Vasudha Narayanan (Religion, University of Florida)
Apr 30 Mon
IHC's South Asian Religions and Cultures RFG TALK: Temple Piety, Temple Power: Vishnu Devotion in Cambodia Vasudha Narayanan (Religion, University of Florida)
Apr 30 Mon
IHC Research Focus Groups TALK: Radio / Puppets, or Old New Media and the Afterlife of the Mexican Avant-Garde Sarah J. Townsend (Spanish & Portuguese, UCSB)