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January 2015

Ferguson: Why?

January 27 @ 6:30 pm-8:00 pm
HALE 270

Ferguson: Why? A Social Sciences Today Forum Tuesday, Jan. 27 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. HALE 270 featuring • Hillary Potter, Department of Ethnic Studies • Michaele Ferguson, Department of Political Science • Bianca Williams, Department of Ethnic Studies Speakers will examine the way race, ethnicity, politics, policing and the law contribute to the events in Ferguson, Missouri. Get the real story behind the protests. Each panelist will speak for about 15 minutes and then answer questions from the audience.

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February 2015

Creating Change, National Conference on LGBT Equality

February 4-February 8
Sheraton Denver Downtown

Creating Change, National Conference on LGBT Equality February 4-8 Sheraton Denver Downtown You can volunteer and receive free registration for the day: email Vasanth.Rajasekar@colorado.edu to find out more information.

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Caught in the Cross-Publics of the “Muslimwoman” – Lila Abu-Lughod

February 13 @ 4:00 pm-5:30 pm
HALE 230

2015 Distinguished Lecture in Cultural Anthropology, University of Colorado Boulder Caught in the Cross-Publics of the “Muslimwoman” Lila Abu-Lughod Joseph L. Buttenwieser Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University 4pm, February 13, 2015 230 Hale Sciences What happens when an anthropologist with deep commitments to ethnography in local communities finds her subjects caricatured and catapulted to the center of popular media attention? Can ethnography unsettle the political common sense? In this lecture, anthropologist Lila Abu-Lughod will reflect on the passionate and polarized…

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April 2015

Evan Wolfson Paper Award Deadline

April 7

The Evan Wolfson Prize in LGBTQ Studies (established in 2014) recognizes the outstanding scholarly work of an undergraduate student at University of Colorado Boulder whose sole-author paper deals with LGBTQ issues, broadly defined. The annual award is named after Evan Wolfson, an attorney, author, gay rights advocate, and founder of Freedom to Marry. The Wolfson Prize is made possible through the generous gifts provided by Thomas Stephens (University of Colorado, class of 1974) and Todd Enders. Eligibility: Eligible papers must…

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