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Abstract: Everyone’s tweets, blog posts, photos, reviews, and dating profiles are all potentially being used for science. Though much of this research stems from social science and purposefully engages with the human aspects of online content, in many cases this...
Free & open to the public. Registration is required, please click here to register A "Feminist Revolution"? Rethinking Iran Protests through a Feminist Lens - Nazanin Shahrokni Nazanin Shahrokni is a sociologist and an assistant professor of gender and globalization at the...
Please join the Department of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies for our first colloquium of the 2022-23 school year. In a talk titled "Land as Insurgent Kin," fabian romero will discuss work from their dissertation. The colloquium will be moderated...
The Long Shadow of the Cold War: Indonesia and the Legacy of the 1965 Anti-Communist PurgeBaskara T. WardayaSanata Dharma University, Yogyakarta, IndonesiaThe brutal anti-communist purge that took place in Indonesia in the second half of the 1960s was one of...
Topic: "The Big Scary 'S' Word" Speakers: Yael BridgeRegister to receive Zoom Webinar Link here.Join the UWT Labor Solidarity Project this fall as we explore the past, present, and potential futures of organized labor. Our 8-week online seminar series will include presentations from...
The EarthLab Advisory Board of Deans invites you to participate in an exciting two-part event bringing the rich variety of climate change research happening across UW together in one afternoon. We envision this as a starting point of connection, from...
The Minoritarian Performance Research Cluster (MPRC) invites current UW community members, and scholars/artists in the greater Seattle-area to our fall 2022 Meet and Greet to make connections, and learn about upcoming performances, talks, and events. RSVPs are encouraged but not...
The Afrassiabi Distinguished Lectures in Persian and Iranian Studies 2022Prof. Adam Benkato, UC BerkeleyThis presentation will survey the later stages of the Middle Iranian languages Bactrian, Chorasmian, Parthian, and Middle Persian. Although the coming of Islam to Iran and Central...
SAC Speaker SeriesTen Theses on the Idea of Indian LiteratureLecture from Preetha Mani, Assistant Professor of South Asian LiteraturesRutgers UniversityThis hybrid event will be offered in person and online via Zoom. Free registration is required to join the Zoom event.AbstractBased on my recent...