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Films from Spain hosted by Cineclub Cultural Español.
The two movies are, "El Negociador" (2014), director: Borja Cobeaga, and "Palmeras en la Nieve" (2015), director: F. González Molina.
All movies have English subtitles.
During the event The Russian Revolutions 100 Years Later, Laurie Manchester, Laurie Stoff and Mark von Hagen will be discussing how the Russian Revolutions of 1917 are interpreted and reclaimed by elites and historians in modern Russia, Ukraine and the United States a century later. They will also discuss how it relates to our experiences today.
Are you a faculty member with a compelling transdisciplinary research idea? Are you or one of your colleagues doing research in the humanities that is transdisciplinary, collaborative, and issue-focused?
Bring your own lunch and learn more about the competitive IHR Seed Grant program, the application process, and budget instructions at our IHR Seed Grant Workshop.
While racism is often popularly understood as explicit bias epitomized by Jim Crow-era segregation and the use of racial slurs, for over 20 years scholars have argued that the New Racism is characterized by structural inequality, colorblindness, and racially coded words and phrases. Critically, investigations of racism today focus not just on formal legal policies or the overt use of denigrating language, but also on the ways in which language is used to occlude or make legible racial inequality.
Join Arizona State University's School of Earth and Space Exploration for associate research professor Paul Scowen's New Discoveries lecture, "Lifting the Veil: Opening up the Treasure Trove that is Ultraviolet Astronomy."
The Chinatown Game: Critical Play, Storytelling, and Putting History in its Place.
What happens at the crossroads of race and place? Eileen Chen-yin Chow will trace the history of a particular sort of place and community (Chinatown) and the history of an idea, or state of mind, that has acquired material density through institutional practice, accretion of representations, legal definition, migrant flows, architectual imaginings, urban restructuring, pop cultural representations and commercial promotion.
Researching the organization ahead of time, practicing common questions, and preparing your trip to the interview location are all pre-interview to-do’s! Make sure you know how to prepare before an interview to ensure the day of the interview goes perfectly. You'll also learn valuable follow-up strategies that help employers remember you in a positive way.