Events

Tuesday, March 17

Japanese Language Table

Come and join us for informal conversations in Japanese. Beverages provided!

Dissertation Defense: Sikoya Ashburn

Candidate Name: Sikoya Ashburn Major: Neuroscience Advisor: Guinevere F. Eden, D. Phil Title: Cerebellar Involvement in Reading and Math...

Lunch Series on Religion and Nationalism: China

Part of the larger project Politicization of Religion in Global Perspective, this series of events will focus on questions surrounding the politicization of...

Book Club on gender+ issues with CENTILE

Join us for part 2 of our book club with the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education. More information to come as the date approaches.

Dissertation Defense: Sahar Foroutannejad

Candidate Name: Sahar Foroutannejad Major: Chemistry Advisor: Rodrigo A. Maillard, Ph.D. Title: Single-Molecule Analysis of the Role of FAD in the...

Hong Kong: From Qing Borderland to Chinese Frontier

A GIGH Graduate Student History Seminar with PhD Student Jeffrey Ngo.

Bate-Papo: Portuguese Coffee Hour

Looking for an informal way to practice your Portuguese? Attend a coffee hour hosted by the Spanish and Portuguese Department in ICC 400! Coffee, tea, and...

Persian Corner

Speakers of all backgrounds, levels, and dialects are welcome. Stop by for Persian tea, conversation, snacks, and games. These events are funded in part by...

Making "Southwestern China" in the Late Qing and Republic: Economic Change, Provincial State-Building, and Native Chieftains in Yunnan, Guizhou and Guangxi, ca. 1873-1937

When China was convulsed by ethnic civil wars in the mid-19 th century, the southwest was no exception: both the Panthay Rebellion in Yunnan (1856-73) and...

Villa Le Balze Lecture: Encountering Otherness at Work

Join us as we welcome Dr. Sasha Perugini, the director of the Syracuse University in Florence program, for a lecture on Otherness in the workplace. The...

Tuesday, March 17