05/01/2018
Guatemalan guest speaker describes how Ixil-Maya knowledge and resistance led an environmental justice movement
On April 11, Baltazar de la Cruz Rodriguez, a member of the Alcaldía Indígena ancestral authorities of Cotzal, Guatemala, gave a talk entitled "Maya-lxil Cultural Rights and Megaprojects in Guatemala"
04/30/2018
Miami hosts Science Friday
Science Friday.com, April 27
04/30/2018
Joy Connolly speaks on Greek influence in Roman literature and culture
On April 9, provost and senior vice president at the CUNY Graduate Center Joy Connolly visited Miami to give a lecture entitled "Displacement and Dual Voices: Roman Writing in the Late Republic"
04/26/2018
Miami University and University of Cincinnati co-sponsoring symposium on Post-Cold War Eastern European Film and Media
Miami University’s Department of Global and Intercultural Studies invites students, faculty, and community members to a May 4 research symposium co-sponsored by Miami University and the University of Cincinnati
04/23/2018
Spark Foundry CMO and Miami alum Scott Hess chosen as CAS commencement ceremony featured speaker
Scott Hess has been chosen as this year's featured speaker for the College of Arts and Sciences Recognition Ceremony on May 19
04/20/2018
Natalia Roudakova speaks about the crisis of journalism in Russia
A freezing spring morning was joined by cultural anthropologist Natalia Roudakova and observing faculty and students on April 2 to talk about her book, "Losing Pravda: Ethics and the Press in Post-Truth Russia"
04/19/2018
Dr. Jennifer Richeson discusses the psychology in changing racial dynamics in the U.S.
Yale psychology professor Dr. Jennifer Richeson came to campus to deliver a lecture on Friday March 30. Her talk, titled "Racial and Political Dynamics of an Approaching 'Majority-Minority' United States," focused on the changing racial dynamics in the U.S. as the number of minorities continually increases
04/18/2018
Bryant Simon discusses Reverse Fordism: Chicken Tenders, Politics, and Tragedy in Reagan's America and Beyond
On Wednesday, April 11, Bryant Simon, professor of history and American studies at Temple University, presented his lecture, "Politics, Tragedy and Chicken Tenders" for the Department of History's Charles R. and Elizabeth C. Wilson Lecture
04/11/2018
Dr. Robert Jenkins discusses corruption in Russia, Hungary, and South Africa for the Finch Lecture
On Tuesday March 13, Robert Jenkins of UNC Chapel Hill delivered a lecture titled "Private Gains from Public Service: Comparing State Capture in Russia, Hungary, and South Africa" as a part of the annual Finch Lecture Series put on by the Department of Political Science
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