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Exotic: Human Rights & Erotic Labor in Guam

Film screening of Exotic, a documentary exploring migrant labor practices in the adult entertainment industry in Guam. The film is from director Amy Oden and Back of the Room Productions (2016).

Race, Poverty, and Housing in American Cities: What do we do now?

Matthew Desmond and Alex Kotlowitz will engage in a conversation surrounding the theme of race and poverty, followed by Q & A.

An Evening with Joy Harjo

2nd Annual Robert F. Berkhofer Jr., Lecture in Native American Studies features poet and musician Joy Harjo

Food Literacy for All: Saru Jayaraman

Saru Jayaraman speaks as part of "Food Literacy for All" series.

"Hope and Emergency": Jill S. Harris Memorial Lecture by Rebecca Solnit

Writer, historian, and activist Rebecca Solnit will deliver the Jill S. Harris Memorial Lecture, followed by a question and answer period with the audience. 

Revolutionary Longings: The Russian Revolution and the World, 1917-1929 // Day 4

Graduate Student Debrief Session for conference on the 100th anniversary of the inception of Russia’s “February Revolution."

Revolutionary Longings: The Russian Revolution and the World, 1917-1929 // Day 3

Paper presentations on day 3 of a 4-day conference on the 100th anniversary of the inception of Russia’s “February Revolution."

Revolutionary Longings: The Russian Revolution and the World, 1917-1929 // Day 2

Paper presentations on day 2 of a 4-day conference on the 100th anniversary of the inception of Russia’s “February Revolution."

Revolutionary Longings: The Russian Revolution and the World, 1917-1929 // Opening Keynote

Opening keynote for 4-day conference on the 100th anniversary of the inception of Russia’s “February Revolution."

“A Whiff of Danger: Hybridity, Breed, and Wildness”

Animal Studies lecture series featuring Harriet Ritvo (Arthur J. Conner Professor of History, MIT) who will speak about historical notions of wildness and domestication.