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Apr 17 Thu
The Value of Care Series TALK: Inhabiting the Space of Empathy Jennifer Luce (architect, Luce et Studio)
Apr 17 Thu
IHC's History of Books and Material Texts RFG TALK: Evangelical Absolutism: Breaking the Mind’s Images in the English Reformation James Simpson (English, Harvard University)
Apr 18 Fri
Events TALK: Artist Lecture by Heather Cassils Heather Cassils (artist)
Apr 18 Fri
IHC's Archeaology RFG TALK: Stonehenge: Exploring a Prehistoric Mystery Mike Parker Pearson (Institute of Archaeology, Univeristy College London)
Apr 22 Tue
IHC's Performance and Politics RFG TALK: Dancing Fugitive Futures: Black Dance After Race Thomas F. DeFrantz (Dance, Duke University)
Apr 23 Wed
The Value of Care Series TALK: Anthropology Meets Psychiatry: The Cultural Epidemiology of Ritual Healing William S. Sax (Anthropology, South Asia Institute, Heidelberg University)
Apr 23 Wed
IHC's Performance and Politics RFG DISCUSSION: A Public Discourse on Race, Dance and Sexuality Tommy DeFrantz (Dance, Duke University)Kyle Abraham (Artistic Director, Abraham.In.Motion)
Apr 24 Thu
The Value of Care Series TALK: Procuratores: On the Limits of Caring for Another John Hamilton (Comparative Literature, Harvard, author of Security: Politics, Humanity, and the Philology of Care)
Apr 28 Mon
Events SCREENING: Aftermath
May 1 Thu
IHC's Machines People and Politics RFG TALK: Multimedia and the Politics of Attention in Cold War America Fred Turner (Communication, Stanford University)
May 1 Thu
The Value of Care Series TALK: Nature of Care: The Racial Politics of American Philanthropy Karen Ferguson (History, Simon Fraser University)
May 13 Tue
IHC's Reinventing Japan RFG TALK: From Sacred Cow to Kobe Beef: Japan’s Bovine Revolution Daniel Botsman (History, Yale University)
May 15 Thu
and May 16 Fri
IHC's History of Books and Material Texts RFG CONFERENCE: Composition: Making Meaning through Design
May 15 Thu
The Value of Care Series PANEL: 2013-14 UC President’s Faculty Fellows: Making Communities Stephanie Batiste (Black Studies & English, UCSB)Veronica Castillo-Munoz (History, UCSB)
May 22 Thu
IHC's African Studies RFG READING: Stand By (Meditations on Africa and the Afterlife) Christina McMahon (Theater and Dance, UCSB)
May 22 Thu
IHC Research Focus Groups TALK: When Bad Things Happen to Privileged People: Marginalization, Representation,and the Political Construction of Crisis Dara Z. Strolovitch (Politics, at Princeton University)

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