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The Greek kingdom was one of the first new states to be established in Europe in the nineteenth century. However, its very foundation was fraught with difficulties: it followed one of the first international interventions in history (destruction of the...
Edwin Seroussi, faculty member of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will discuss the pizmonim (musical religious poems) of 16th-century rabbi Israel Najara. Register here Edwin Seroussi  is the Emanuel Alexandre Professor of Musicology and Director of the Jewish Music Research...
Where Can We Be? Black Girls (Re)Creating Space through Digital Practice  Ashleigh Greene Wade, University of Virginia How do Black girls carve out spaces for themselves within sociocultural contexts that encourage their silence and erasure? This talk highlights the role...
Edwin Seroussi, faculty member of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will discuss Judeo-Spanish folk songs in modern times, drawing on his forthcoming book, “ Sonic Ruins of Modernity: Judeo-Spanish Folksongs Today .” Register here Edwin Seroussi is the Emanuel Alexandre Professor...
When One Day Equaled Twenty Years: China's Capitalists in the Great Leap Forward Puck Engman Assistant Professor Department of History University of California, Berkeley In 1956, the industrialist Li Kangnian gained fame for arguing that the state should pay fixed-rate...
Busra Demirkol, Ph.C March 29th, Friday, 12:30-1:30 p.m. , Denny 211  
A Minoritarian Performance Research Cluster colloquium.   “On Minoritarian Spectatorship,” the Spring 2024 Minoritarian Performance Research Cluster Colloquium, stages a conversation between Stefka Mihaylova and Eric Villiers. Mihaylova’s remarks draw from her monograph which “examines the viewing practices of rebellious...
Please join us for an evening with Jerzy Jarniewicz, one of Poland's most acclaimed poets, translators, and critics, who is visiting UW to celebrate the release of Landless Boys, his debut in English. Following a reading from the volume, Jerzy...
Indifference: On the Praxis of Interspecies Being Lecture from Naisargi N. Davé Free and open to the public. Campus map  |  Visitor parking info In Indifference , Naisargi N. Davé examines the complex worlds of animalists and animalism in India. Through...