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Oct 4 Tue
IHC's UC-Santa Barbara Health Medicine and Care Working Group (UC-SBHMCWG) MEETING: Health, Medicine and Care RFG Opening meeting
Oct 13 Thu
Community Matters Series INAUGURAL LECTURE: Insubordinate Spaces for Intemperate Times: Why Civic Engagement Matters Now George Lipsitz (Black Studies, UCSB)Barbara Tomlinson (Feminist Studies, UCSB)
Oct 14 Fri
Community Matters Series WORKSHOP: Engaging Undergraduates Through Community-Based Participatory Research Anne H. Charity Hudley (Linguistics, The College of William and Mary)
Oct 18 Tue
Events TALK: The Resurgence of Feminism in Catalonia: 1970-1975 Mary Nash, (History, Universitat de Barcelona)
Oct 20 Thu
Events TALK: The Digital Humanities Revolution: Supporting 21st Century Scholarship Jeremy Douglass (English, UCSB)Eileen Joy (Babel Working Group, UCSB)John Majewski (Dean of Humanities & Fine Arts,UCSB )
Oct 25 Tue
Community Matters Series TALK: Driving Richmond: From Pop-up Public Art Exhibition to University Class—and Transit Museum Laura Browder (English, University of Richmond)
Oct 26 Wed
Events TALK: The Afterlife of Three Trapped Tigers Enrico Mario Santi (Hispanic Studies, University of Kentucky)
Oct 26 Wed
Community Matters Series WORKSHOP: The Porous University: Creating Successful Community-Based Public Art, Drama, and Archive Projects Laura Browder (English, University of Richmond)
Oct 27 Thu
IHC's Identity Studies RFG TALK: Taiwanese Nationalism in the Age of Cross-Strait Integration under Ma’s Administration Da-chi Liao (Political Science, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan)
Oct 28 Fri
IHC's Identity Studies RFG TALK: Why Muslim Integration Fails in Christian-Heritage Societies David Laitin (Political Science, Stanford University)
Nov 3 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Democracy Matters: The Road to Self-Governance in Isla Vista Alice O’Connor (History, UCSB)
Nov 4 Fri
Events TALK: Orphans in the Storm: The Building and Loan Crisis of the 1930s Alice Echols (History, University of Southern California)
Nov 15 Tue
Community Matters Series TALK: Can We “Teach to Transgress”? Margaret Klawunn (Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, UCSB)
Nov 17 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Public Universities and the Future of Democracy Harry Boyte (Sabo Center for Democracy and Citizenship, Augsburg College)
Nov 18 Fri
Events TALK: Billionaires and Stealth Politics Benjamin Page (Political Science, Northwestern University)
Dec 1 Thu
Community Matters Series DISCUSSION: Isla Vista: Voices from the Community
Jan 12 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: My Other’s Keeper: Radical Ethics and Visions of Community Donna Orange (Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, NYU)
Feb 2 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Remixing the Civic Imagination Henry Jenkins (Communication, Journalism, Cinematic Arts and Education, USC)
Feb 3 Fri
Community Matters Series WORKSHOP: Think Critically, Act Creatively: Worldbuilding for Civic Engagement Henry Jenkins (Communication, Journalism, Cinematic Arts and Education, USC) and members of the Civic Imagination Project research team
Feb 9 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Communities for Empowerment: Antebellum African American Literary and Debating Societies Margaret Malamud (S.P and Margaret Manasse Chair, College of Arts and Sciences, New Mexico State University)
Feb 23 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Only One Can Live: Witnessing and Resisting a Violent Collective Fantasy Jessica Benjamin (Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, NYU)
Mar 2 Thu
IHC's Machines People and Politics RFG TALK: The Maintainers, or How to Give Up the Innovation Fetish Lee Vinsel (Stevens Institute of Technology)
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
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)
May 25 Thu
Community Matters Series TALK: Break Every Yoke: Religion, Justice, and the End of Mass Incarceration Joshua Dubler (Religion, University of Rochester)

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