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The inhabitants of the ancient Mediterranean were mobile, and many of them lived in or passed through the large island of Sicily, which sits between the eastern and western Mediterranean basins and nearly unites the continents of Europe and Africa...
Graduate Applications Made Accessible/Understanding Graduate ApplicationsApplying to graduate or professional school—or considering it? Wondering about what to include in your personal statement or letter of intent? This one-hour session is designed to: de-mystify the process of applying to graduate school...
The Critical Issues Lecture Series is free and open to the public. All take place via Zoom.Register for this lecture in advance via the online meeting link above.Read about the entire lecture series at the web link below.Andrea Chung (b...
Dr. Kerry SoniaColby CollegeThe cross-cultural connection between ceramic production and the creation of humans in the ancient Near East offers a new lens through which to examine biblical discourse about procreation and subject formation. Adopting a materialist approach, this talk...
Topic: "Cruel Activism: Labor, Affect, and Governance of Chinese Feminist and LGBT Rights NGO Activism" w/Yingyi Wang, UW Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies (Virtual Seminar)This workshare will take place on-line through Zoom. To register, please click here.Abstract:  Once framed as...
Thursday, January 27: Annual University of Washington Labor Studies Social4:00pm-6:00pm. Register on Zoom by clicking here.Join the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies for our sixth annual meet-and-greet dedicated to networking faculty and students at the University of Washington. Meet...
The Critical Issues Lecture Series is free and open to the public. All take place via Zoom.Register for this lecture in advance via the online meeting link above.Read about the entire lecture series at the web link below.0rphan Drift has...
This symposium features emerging literary scholarship working across and beyond the framework of national literature in order to examine the histories of literary modernity that took place under different names and yet drew on shared vocabulary across the Persianate world...
The summer before COVID-19, Knopf commissioned a new translation of Albert Camus’s classic novel, The Plague. Though it was originally intended as an allegory of the Second World War, the past two years have transformed that reading tradition, bringing the...