The UCR Departments of Comparative Literature and Language and History, with the support of the Center for Ideas and Society invite you to a lecture: “Discovering the Goths: Recently Discovered Narratives of Roman Wars” with Dr. David Potter, The Ronald J. Mellor Professor of Roman History, Department of History at UCLA.
Professor Potter has written numerous […]
The Department of Sociology invites you to “Summer of 2017 Natural Disaster Symposium.”
Co-sponsorship: Dean Milagros Pena, Blum Initiative for Global and Regional Poverty, Center for Ideas & Society, College of Engineering, Center for Environmental Research & Technology, Latin American Studies Program, and the Department of Sociology.
The Rising Stakes of Recognition in Indonesia
Tania Murray Li, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Anthropology
Director, Centre for Southeast Asian Studies
University of Toronto
In Indonesia, as in other parts of Asia, the concept of indigeneity forged in white settler colonies is an awkward fit: arguably, everyone is indigenous, or no one is indigenous. Nevertheless, discourses of indigeneity have taken […]
Through the annual “Healing the Earth” conferences, we focus on bridging communities and sharing discussion through faculty, professional and student panels, and research - in addition to sharing delicious, sustainable food.
But Were Afraid to Ask
As part of the UC Humanities Research Plus Webinar series, you are invited to attend a live online broadcast of a talk by Susan Ferber, editor at Oxford University Press, on the current state of academic publishing
Join the webinar with this link: https://ucihumanities.zoom.us/j/594172538
Online attendees are encouraged to join the discussion, […]
Screening + Roundtable on “Human Error,” a film by Yoh Kawano
with Filmmaker Yoh Kawano, Fukushima Researcher Katsuya Hirano (UCLA), Setsu Shigematsu (UCR), Margherita Long (UCR)
Cosponsored by Media & Cultural Studies, Asian Studies, Comparative Literature, and School of Public Policy
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A Bilingual Recital
Bilingual recital of poems by Cuban-American poet Ricardo Pau-Llosa with translations of Enrico Santí
Sponsored by Hispanic Studies, English Department, Center for Ideas & Society, Media and Cultural Studies, and Latin American Studies
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Conjuncture, Queers, Women
A talk by Tim Lawrence, Professor of Cultural Studies, University of East London
Time Lawrence is the author of Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor, 1980-1983, and Love Saves the Day: A History of American Dance Music Culture, 1970-1979, both published by Duke University Press.
Sponsored by Department of Media & Cultural […]
The UCR Departments of History and Religious Studies; The Institute for Research on World Systems; The Center for Ideas and Society Present “Religious War and Religious Peace in Early Modern Europe” with Professor Wayne TeBrake, Professor Emeritus, SUNY Purchase.
Prof. TeBrake will discuss his new study (Cambridge, 2017), which analyzes six clusters of increasingly destructive religious […]
A Conference in Honor of Philip Brett (1937-2002)
Philip Brett, born in Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire, in England, studied piano as a young boy. Once in school, first as a choirboy at Southwell Minster Grammar School, in Nottinghamshire, and then at King’s College Cambridge, he excelled in music. As a student at King’s, under the tutelage of Thurston […]
City as a Playground
For the last several years, I’ve built public light installations in Philadelphia, “hacking” (with permission) the LED lights of the Cira Centre, a 29-story skyscraper, to create interactive games of Pong (2013) and Tetris (2014). In this talk, I […]
The game design program at Drexel University started as a collaboration between the two departments of Computer Science and Digital Media in 2008. In my talk, I will review the history of Drexel’s game design program including the creation of a “concentration” in CS, a flexible […]
An Artist Talk With Demian DinéYazhi´
Demian DinéYazhi´ (born 1983) is a Portland-based Diné transdisciplinary artist born to the clans Naasht’ézhí Tábąąhá (Zuni Clan Water’s Edge) & Tódích’íí’nii (Bitter Water). His work is rooted in Radical Indigenous Queer Feminist ideology, landscape representation, memory, HIV/AIDS-related art & activism, gender, identity, & sexuality, Indigenous Survivance, & Decolonization. He […]
Thursday, March 2, 12:00 pm
Alberto Toscano is Reader in Critical Theory and Co-Director of the Centre for Philosophy and Critical Theory, Goldsmiths (London, UK). His books include: The Theatre of Production: Philosophy and Individuation Between Kant and Deleuze (2006), Fanaticism: On the Uses of an Idea (2010), and (with Jeff Kinkle) Cartographies of the Absolute (2015). He edited The Italian Difference: […]
Time: 3:30 PM
What distinguishes the emergence of a modern racial regime of ownership in settler colonies, and indeed those places where slavery was a core part of economic development? Bhandar draws on Cedric Robinson’s concept of the racial regime, along with the work of Stuart Hall, to examine the shared conceptual logics of racial […]
The Departments of History, English, and the Center for Ideas and Society present a lecture by Professor Yitzhak Hen.
The barbarian kings, who took over rule in the western provinces of the Roman empire, sponsored scholarship and patronised learning and letters just as their Roman predecessors had done. Although these efforts were overshadowed by the burst […]
The Egyptian Saint’s Shrine as Crucible of Christianization
The Departments of Religious Studies and History, in conjunction with the Center for Ideas and Society announce a lecture by David Frankfurter (Professor of Religion) and William Goodwin (Aurelio Chair in the Appreciation of Scripture).
This lecture focuses on the saint’s shrine in late antique Egypt as a site […]