Thanksgiving Break

November 22-26

"Promoting Western Integration: 1950's Governmental PR in West Germany in the Context of NATO"

November 27; 4:30 - 6 pm

Dr. Jan Uelzmann, Assistant Professor of German from Georgia Tech University, will be giving this lecture. It is free and open to the public …

"Economic Impact of Regional Tourism: Regional Tourism Network, Cincinnati"

November 28; 5 - 6 pm

Guest speaker Linda Antus was appointed the first female President/CEO of the unprecedented collaborative business organization, the Cincinnati USA Regional Tourism Network, Inc …

Pressing On: The Letterpress Film (film)

November 28; 6 - 8:30 pm

This is a documentary about the survival of letterpress printing, featuring remarkable printers who are preserving the history and making the craft thrive …

"The Value of Local Government Archives"

November 29; 12 - 1 pm

Learn about the important role that archives play in preserving our records of enduring historical value. Housed within the walls of local government archives, these records document the legal rights of the people, provide for government accountability, tell the story of local communities, and provide all area residents with a common sense of identity …

"Hunt and Gather"

November 30; 5:50 - 7:05 pm

Matthew Littekin's work investigates the notion of value through the exploitation of money and value in multifaceted projects that incorporate the iconography and motifs from U.S. currency, generating a dialogue about the interplay of both spending practices and value assignments that penetrate our daily experiences. This is a segment of the Contemporary Art Forum Lecture Series …

"Ecological Political Community"

December 1; 5:50 - 7:05 pm

Suzanne McCullagh gives this Works-in-Progress talk …

"Dear World": Portrait Shoot and Live Storytelling Event

December 7; 10 am - 9 pm

Back by popular demand! You're invited to participate in Dear World—an interactive, award-winning event that unites people through pictures in its distinct message-on-skin style. Dear World is powerful, an indescribable process that bridges gaps between people in ways they never could have imagined …

L.A. Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema (film)

December 7; 5 - 8 pm

The L.A. Rebellion film movement, sometimes referred to as the "Los Angeles School of Black Filmmakers", or the UCLA Rebellion, refers to the new generation of young African and African-American filmmakers who studied at the UCLA Film School in the late-1960s to the late-1980s and have created a Black Cinema that provides an alternative to classical Hollywood cinema …

Fall Semester Classes End

December 9

Study Days

December 9-10

Final Examinations Week

December 11-16

"Religion in China" (MUH)

December 13; 12 - 1 pm

Dr. Anthony Miller, Miami Regionals History Professor, presents a program that discusses the various religions of the Chinese people, from Dadaism and Buddhism to the spread of Christianity and Islam …

Fall Commencement

December 15

Winter Term

January 2-27