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MITH Conference Room (0301 Hornbake Library, lower level)
Tue, 2/23/16 - 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
How do we as scholars, educators, librarians and archivists use specific cases and experiences to teach habits of critical thought and practice about the intersections between race and technology? This talk from history scholar and professor Kim Gallon, is a theoretical and practical reflection on an Africana/Black Studies-centered approach to the digital humanities in and outside the classroom.
Dekelboum Concert Hall
Sat, 2/6/16 - 7:00 PM

Tianjin Cathay Future Children's Art Troupe, China China Tianjin Cathay Future Children's Art Troupe was founded in May 1995, which is one of the largest children's art troupes of the most art cat

Stamp Student Union Atrium
Thu, 2/4/16 - 1:00 PM
A theatrical Presentation and Discussion detailing Dr. Abuelaish's triumphs, tragedies and the Palestinian Israeli conflict including scenes from his powerful memoir and discussion with colleagues.
Celebrate Black History Month with the College of Arts and Humanities.
Mon, 2/1/16 - 1:00 PM to Mon, 2/29/16 - 5:30 PM
Julie Greene provides historical context for Trump's recent comments on immigration.
Mon, 12/18/17
From History of the Panama canal; its construction and builders, 1915. Internet Archive Book Images / Flickr via Jacobin.
Julie Greene on how America’s imperial quest for labor shaped the hemisphere’s working class.
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