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Topic: "The Cost of Free Shipping: Amazon in the Global Economy" Speakers: Jake Wilson is Professor of Sociology at California State University, Long Beach. Ellen Reese is Professor of Sociology and Chair of the Labor Studies program at University of California Riverside...
On Wednesday, October 20th, UW-TSP will host Professor Melissa J. Brown for her talk, “Tigers on the Mountain: Assessing Is Taiwan Chinese? Today” This virtual event will start at 3:30pm Pacific Time. Please RSVP to receive an event invite via email: https://forms.gle/pFF2WHyMG6DGC5VHA Since Is Taiwan...
Join us for a welcome back/new member social at Ravenna Park! We will meet new members, catch up with one another, and discuss upcoming events for the quarter. We're looking forward to meeting our new members!  Meet at picnic shelter...
Dé/chalviraj: Guadeloupean Dance and the Embodiment of Postcoloniality Jerome Camal, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Madison www.anthropology.wisc.edu…
Methodological advances and innovative research are reshaping how we look for and understand human dispersals and adaptations on maritime landscapes. Refinements in paleoenvironmental reconstructions and search techniques have resulted in discoveries that challenge outdated theories of island and coastal regions...
Prof. Melissa Baese-Berk, University of Oregon, will present her latest research. In her research, Melissa focuses on speech perception and production, with special attention to non-native speakers and listeners. Her work has specifically addressed sources of variation in production, how that...
Speaker: Nivi Manchanda is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in International Politics at Queen Mary University of London. Her book Imagining Afghanistan: The History and Politics of Imperial Knowledge (Cambridge University Press 2020) was awarded the LHM Ling First Outstanding...
Topic: "Troublesome Questions: Organizing in Higher Ed" Speaker: Helena Worthen is a novelist, union activist and retired contingent faculty worker. Register to receive Zoom Webinar Link here. Join the UWT Labor Solidarity Project for a weekly, online seminar that will adopt an...
This roundtable discusses the special issue "Media narratives of insurgencies, resistance, and anti-racism in Latin America and the Caribbean" that Camila Daniel, Meyby Ugueto-Ponce, and Sharún Gonzales Matute have recently edited for Conexión. Focusing on collective action in Latin America's African Diaspora, these scholar-activists explore...