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OCTOBER 22nd Surfing the Middle East Mosten Peace and Conflict Lecture presented by: Jesse Aizenstat

Surfing the Middle East Mosten Peace and Conflict Lecture presented by: Jesse Aizenstat Jesse Aizenstat is a journalist, filmmaker, award-winning author, and avid surfer. Originally sent to the Eastern Mediterranean to cover the unusual topic of surfing in the region, Jesse turned his experiences into a book that is both informative and adventurous. Surfing the […]

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NEH Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good 10-14-2014

OCTOBER 14th The Narrative in Tandem Project Presents Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good Narratives Beyond Reconstruction: Social Recovery in Post-conflict and Post Disaster Societies Acehnese Women’s Narratives of Resilience and Recovery, and as Defenders of Houses, Land, Children and Men

The Narrative in Tandem Project Presents Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good Global Health and Social Medicine, HMS, Sociology, FAS Weatherhead Center for International Affairs Harvard University Narratives Beyond Reconstruction: Social Recovery in Post-conflict and Post Disaster Societies Acehnese Women’s Narratives of Resilience and Recovery, and as Defenders of Houses, Land, Children and Men Date: October 14, 2014 […]

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OCTOBER 13th Bringing in Women: Reflections on the practice of Intellectual History Professor Sarah Hutton

The Center for Ideas and Society and The Department of Political Science University of California, Riverside Announce a Public Lecture: Bringing in Women: Reflections on the practice of Intellectual History Professor Sarah Hutton Department of Philosophy Aberystwyth University, Wales Monday, October 13, 2014 4 p.m. At the Center for Ideas and Society College Building South […]

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coffee hour 2014

Science Studies coffee hour

Science Studies coffee hour Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm beginning October 9 and through the academic year at the Center for Ideas and Society College Building South For faculty, researchers and graduate students interested in issues of science, technology, medicine and society to share a cup and develop common interests. We welcome people from all colleges and disciplines. ​ For […]

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We are pleased to announce a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support a two-year series of faculty, graduate and undergraduate student seminars exploring diversity at UCR and in Southern California more generally.

Advancing Intercultural Studies We are pleased to announce a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support a two-year series of faculty, graduate and undergraduate student seminars exploring diversity at UCR and in Southern California more generally. Winter, 2015: “Beyond Diversity: Are We There Yet?” This seminar looks at the contours, challenges and opportunities […]

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OCTOBER 1st UCR Provost Paul D’Anieri will address Ukraine Crisis and Post-Cold War Politics

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – UC Riverside Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Paul D’Anieri will discuss “Anarchy in [the] Ukraine: How Ukraine’s Crisis Represents ‘Post-Post-Cold War’ Politics” in a lecture Oct. 1 presented by the UCR School of Public Policy and Center for Ideas and Society, the humanities research center at UCR. For more information please go […]

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Objects of devotion call for papers

DECEMBER 12-14 CALL FOR PAPERS Objects of Devotion/Objectos de Devoción: Latin American Material Religious Cultures

Objects of Devotion/Objectos de Devoción: Latin American Material Religious Cultures December 12-14, 2014 This multidisciplinary conference engages historic and contemporary Latin American and Latino visual, material, and ritual cultural practice, coinciding with an exhibit of the work of Mexican-British artist, Alinka Echeverria, at the California Museum of Photography (November 1, 2014–January 24, 2015). Echeverria’s photographs […]

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