Event Archives for March 2016

Mar 1 Tue
IHC's Identity Studies RFG TALK: Reinventing the Baltic Sea Region: From the Hansa to the EU-Strategy of 2009 Michael North (Modern History University of Greifswald, German
Mar 3 Thu
The Humanities and the Brain Series TALK: Creativity in Dementia Bruce L. Miller (Memory and Aging Center, UC San Francisco)
Mar 7 Mon
IHC's Slavery Captivity and the Meaning of Freedom RFG DISCUSSION: Brown-Bag Conversation: “Contextualizing and Rereading Frederick Douglass’ The Heroic Slave” Robert S. Levine (University of Maryland, College Park)
Mar 7 Mon
IHC's Slavery Captivity and the Meaning of Freedom RFG TALK: Frederick Douglass, Thomas Auld, and the Reunion Narrative, 1877, 1881, 1892 Robert S. Levine (University of Maryland, College Park)
Mar 8 Tue
IHC's Reinventing Japan RFG TALK: The Rise of Hate Speech and Japan’s Counter-Racism Movement Mark Winchester (Kanda International University (Tokyo)
Mar 10 Thu
Upcoming Events TALK: The Search for Cracks in the City of Stone: An Anatomy of the Struggles for Pluralism in Modern Jerusalem Anat Hoffman (Executive Director, the Israeli Religious Action Center)
Mar 11 Fri
through Mar 13 Sun
IHC's Ancient Borderlands RFG CONFERENCE: Forging Faith(s) in Global Borderlands Christine Shepardson (Religious Studies, University of Tennessee at Knoxville)
Mar 12 Sat
The Humanities and the Brain Series STAGED READING: “A” Train Written by Anne Torsiglieri (Theater and Dance, UCSB)Directed by Risa Brainin (Theater and Dance, UCSB)
Mar 30 Wed
Upcoming Events TALK: Life Support: Biocapital and the New History of Outsourced Labor Kalindi Vora (Associate Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies, UC San Diego)