Event Archives for April 2017

Apr 6 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Revolution as Storytime: The Uprisings of 2011 and the Art of Viral Narrative Nathan Schneider (Media Studies, University of Colorado - Boulder)
Apr 13 Thu
IHC's New Sexualities RFG PERFORMANCE: Mapping Dissent Lorena Wolffer (Artist)
Apr 13 Thu
IHC's Slavery Captivity and the Meaning of Freedom RFG TALK: Questioning Narratives of Black “Dis-placement” in the Province of Caracas, 1760-1809 Evelyne Laurent-Perrault (History, UCSB)
Apr 13 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Beyond the Romance of Community: Envisioning Queer Collectivity, Contesting Racial Capitalism Miranda Joseph (Gender and Women’s Studies, University of Arizona)
Apr 14 Fri
Upcoming Events TALK: Diversity, Sexuality and Inequality in the San Francisco Tech Industry France Winddance Twine (Sociology, UCSB)
Apr 20 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Urban Hallucinations Julie Eizenberg (Founding Principle, KoningEizenberg)Hank Koning (Founding Principle, KoningEizenberg)
Apr 21 Fri
and Apr 22 Sat
Upcoming Events CONFERENCE: Transience, Garbage, Excess, Loss: The Ephemeral, 1500-1800 Jonathan Goldberg (English, Emory)Elizabeth Heckendorn Cook (English, UCSB)
Apr 23 Sun
IHC's South Asian Religions and Cultures RFG Kabir in Song: A Night of North Indian Devotional Music Prahlad Singh Tipanya and Ensemble
Apr 24 Mon
IHC's Ancient Borderlands RFG TALK: Like Frogs Around a Pond: Maritime Religion in Ancient Greek Culture Amelia R. Brown (Greek History & Language, University of Queensland)
Apr 24 Mon
IHC's South Asian Religions and Cultures RFG TALK: When a Text Is a Song: Kabir Oral-Musical Traditions in North India Linda Hess (Religious Studies, Stanford University)
Apr 27 Thu
Upcoming Events TALK: A Child Hero: Heroic Biographies in Children’s Literature Svetlana Maslinskaya ( Research Fellow, the Institute of Russian Literature)
Apr 27 Thu
IHC's Identity Studies RFG DISCUSSION: When School Meets the Other: Intercultural Policies in the Basque Inclusive School Maria Martinez (Feminist Studies, UCSB)
Apr 27 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Ceramics as a Medium and Its Discontents Jenni Sorkin (History of Art & Architecture, UCSB)