Events

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Penn Pavillion and Page Auditorium

We are pleased to announce the 2023 Provost’s Forum: “Big Problems in Big Tech," with keynote address by data scientist and Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen. The February 17 event is free and… read more about Provost's Forum 2023: Big Problems in Big Tech »

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Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall, Bay 4, C105

ATLANTIC LATINIDADES or Models for Trans-Ocenaic Engaagement: a symposiumThis symposium is designed to break down disciplinary barriers in Atlantic studies. As a way of addressing disciplinary gaps… read more about ATLANTIC LATINIDADES or Models for Trans-Oceanic Engagement : A Symposium »

Allen 314

You are invited to join us for a talk about Queen Victoria's diaries by Margaret Homans, Professor of English and Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies at Yale University, Joanna Marschner, Senior… read more about Queen Victoria Revealed in Her Newly Edited Highland Journals »

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Niagara Falls, NY

NeMLA's 54th Convention Niagara Falls, NYMarch 23-26, 2023Abstract deadline: September 30, 2022To submit abstracts, click here:https://www.buffalo.edu/nemla/convention/session.htmlThen click on "Go… read more about CFP Ordinary Language Philosophy and Resilience »

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Penn Pavilion

Feminist Theory Workshop (FTW) has, since the first gathering in 2007, promoted diverse dialogue among scholars of feminist theory and fostered a vibrant intellectual community. To that end, we bring… read more about 16th Annual Feminist Theory Workshop »

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Penn Pavilion

Feminist Theory Workshop (FTW) has, since the first gathering in 2007, promoted diverse dialogue among scholars of feminist theory and fostered a vibrant intellectual community. To that end, we bring… read more about 16th Annual Feminist Theory Workshop »

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Rubenstein Library Carpenter Conference Room 249

The early modern sermon was both an aural and a visual experience, in which the preacher's message was communicated through a combination of words and gestures. But the fleeting and ephemeral nature… read more about Transitory Hieroglyphics: Gesture in the Early Modern Pulpit »