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Feb 2 Mon
Events TALK: Geographies of the Holocaust Anne Knowles (Geography, Middlebury College) Alberto Giordano (Geography, Texas A&M)
Feb 2 Mon
Events TALK: Warriors and Dissenters: The War Within the War of 1914-1918 Adam Hochschild (author, To End All Wars: A Story of Loyalty and Rebellion, 1914-1918)
Feb 3 Tue
The Anthropocene: Views from the Humanities Series TALK: Dialogue With Water Wang Shu (China Academy of Art, winner of the Pritzker Prize)
Feb 4 Wed
Events TALK: Is Public Education Dead? David L. Kirp (James D. Marver Professor of Public Policy, UC Berkeley)
Feb 4 Wed
IHC's 4Humanities RFG MEETING: 4Humanities@UCSB
Feb 5 Thu
IHC's Identity Studies RFG Understanding the Emergence and Trajectory of Political Islam in Tajikistan, 1973-1997 Kathleen Collins (Political Science, University of Minnesota)
Feb 5 Thu
The Anthropocene: Views from the Humanities Series TALK: Drawing the End of our World: Comics, Climate Change and Pizzly Bears Andy Warner (comic artist)
Feb 6 Fri
Events TALK: Intersubjective Understanding During Varied Performance of Routines: A Study of ICU Physician Hand Offs Curtis LeBaron (Organizational Leadership & Strategy, Brigham Young University)
Feb 6 Fri
IHC's Energy Challenges in the Developing World RFG MEETING: Energy Challenges in the Developing World
Feb 9 Mon
Events TALK: The Life and Legacy of Martin Buber: Paul Mendes-Flohr in Conversation with Richard Hecht Paul Mendes-Flohr (Modern Jewish History and Thought, University of Chicago Divinity School)
Feb 10 Tue
Events TALK: Voice of the Earth: Stories Inspired by Nature T.A. Barron (author, the Merlin Saga)
Feb 12 Thu
The Anthropocene: Views from the Humanities Series TALK: The Penumbra Falls: Thinking about the Potential Near-future of the Anthropocene Eric Conway (historian, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Feb 19 Thu
The Anthropocene: Views from the Humanities Series SCREENING: Journey of the Universe (2011) Special guest: Mary Evelyn Tucker (writer of Journey of the Universe)
Feb 19 Thu
IHC's Identity Studies RFG TALK: National Secession: The Programmatic Core of Independence Campaigns Philip G. Roeder (Political Science, UCSD)
Feb 19 Thu
IHC's Machines People and Politics RFG TALK: Climate Data Detectives: On the History and Politics of Knowledge about Global Climate Change Paul Edwards (History and School of Information, University of Michigan)
Feb 20 Fri
IHC's Energy Challenges in the Developing World RFG TALK: Toxic Tales from the African Anthropocene Gabrielle Hecht (History, University of Michigan)
Feb 20 Fri
IHC's Energy Challenges in the Developing World RFG WORKSHOP: Energy Challenges in the Developing World
Feb 20 Fri
Events TALK: Precarious Work in the Carceral State Noah Zatz (UCLA School of Law)
Feb 25 Wed
IHC's Reinventing Japan RFG TALK: Maidservants’ Tales: Domestic and Comparative Histories of Women in Early Modern Japan Amy Stanley (History, Northwestern University)
Feb 26 Thu
The Anthropocene: Views from the Humanities Series SCREENING AND TALK: Climate Justice (The Movie): Five Years Inside The UN Climate Talks Richard Widick (scholar/filmmaker)
Feb 27 Fri
through Feb 28 Sat
Events CONFERENCE: Making, Unmaking, and Remaking the Early Modern Era: 1500-1800 Patricia Fumerton (English,UCSB)Pamela Smith (History, Columbia)
Mar 12 Thu
The Anthropocene: Views from the Humanities Series SCREENING: Racing Extinction Q & A with director Louis Psihoyos
Apr 2 Thu
The Anthropocene: Views from the Humanities Series TALK: Depilation and Deforestation: Controlling Nature in the Amazon Jeff Hoelle (Anthropology, UCSB)
Apr 16 Thu
The Anthropocene: Views from the Humanities Series Billy and Teddy: Imagining Animals in the Anthropocene Jon Mooallem (journalist, author of Wild Ones)
Apr 23 Thu
The Anthropocene: Views from the Humanities Series TALK: Urban Ecology and the Imagination of the Future Ursula Heise (English, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA)
May 21 Thu
The Anthropocene: Views from the Humanities Series TALK: Litherature and Other Anthropocenic Mutations Jason Groves (German, San Francisco State University)

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