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Feb 8 Mon
IHC's Slavery Captivity and the Meaning of Freedom RFG TALK: The ‘New Abolitionism,’ The Memory of Slavery, and Alternative Models Ariela Gross (USC Gould School of Law)
Feb 10 Wed
Events THE 2016 DIANA AND SIMON RAAB WRITER-IN-RESIDENCE: Mary Karr
Feb 11 Thu
The Humanities and the Brain Series TALK: Embodying Mind: The Case of the Sigh Aranye Fradenburg (English, UCSB)
Feb 11 Thu
IHC's Architecture and Mind RFG DISCUSSION: Architecture & Mind RFG
Feb 16 Tue
IHC's Community Matters Series READING: Rick Benjamin
Feb 18 Thu
The Humanities and the Brain Series TALK: The Natural and the Supernatural in the Scientific Study of Meditation and the Cognitive Science of Religion John D. Dunne (Center for Investigating Healthy Minds, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Feb 19 Fri
Events TALK: When the State Stops: The Unruly Demise of Federal Civil Rights Activism Desmond King (International Relations,University of Oxford)
Feb 22 Mon
IHC's New Sexualities RFG TALK: Dealing in Desire: Asian Ascendancy, Western Decline, and the Hidden Currencies of Global Sex Work Kimberly Kay Hoang (University of Chicago, Department of Sociology)
Feb 23 Tue
IHC's African Studies RFG TALK: Probing “Presence” – Photographies and Policing in Colonial South Africa Lorena Rizzo (University of Bielefeld & Harvard University)
Feb 24 Wed
Events TALK: The Role of Narrative in Bending the Curve on Climate Change Jon Christensen (Editor, Boom: A Journal of California)
Feb 25 Thu
The Humanities and the Brain Series SCREENING AND TALK: Your Brain, My Mind: Memory, Language and Perception in Artists’ Video Laurel Beckman (Art, UCSB)Maya Gurantz (Visiting Lecturer, Art, UCSB)
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)
Apr 7 Thu
The Humanities and the Brain Series SYMPOSIUM: Cognition, Phenomenology, Play Jaak Panksepp (Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience, Washington State University)Kay Young (English, UCSB)
Apr 14 Thu
Events READING: Rick Benjamin Rick Benjamin (Associate Director for Community Engagement, IHC)
Apr 21 Thu
The Humanities and the Brain Series TALK: “Representations in the Brain”: Neuroscientific Discourse and the Humanities Deborah Jenson (Romance Studies, Global Health, Duke University)
Apr 28 Thu
The Humanities and the Brain Series TALK: The Physiology and Politics of Emotion Metaphors
May 5 Thu
The Humanities and the Brain Series TALK: Can Neuroscience Help us Understand Art? Alva Noe (Philosophy, UC Berkeley)
May 10 Tue
The Humanities and the Brain Series PANEL: Considering Oliver Sacks

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