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Friday, February 1
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12:00 Medical Grand Rounds: Moskowitz Visiting Professor
Sunday, February 3
CPHS- The Future of Liberal Naturalism: The Legacies of Hilary and Ruth Anna Putnam
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1:00 Boston Colloquium for Philosophy of Science: The Future of Liberal Naturalism: The Legacies of Hilary and Ruth Anna Putnam (Day 1)
Monday, February 4
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12:15 Women, War, and Agency: A Study of Boko Haram and Gender
1:00 Boston Colloquium for Philosophy of Science: The Future of Liberal Naturalism: The Legacies of Hilary and Ruth Anna Putnam (Day 2)
Tuesday, February 5
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11:00 Stop Teaching and Writing Lab Reports! Integrating Research-based Writing into First-Year Chemistry Courses
Wednesday, February 6
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2:00 Current Topics Seminar – Joshua Campbell, Ph.D.
Thursday, February 7
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4:00 Religious Identity and Foreign Policy: Russia and Turkey in Southeast Europe A Lecture by Dimitar Bechev
5:00 Fade to Black: Race, Repression and Resistance in Boston's Spiritualist Movement
5:00 Fade to Black: Race, Repression, and Resistance in Boston’s Spiritualist Movement
Saturday, February 9
Continuing Cavell: Must We Mean at Fifty
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9:30 Continuing Cavell: "Must We Mean" at Fifty
Sunday, February 10
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9:45 The Bach Experience
Monday, February 11
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12:00 Constructing Need and Fostering Trust: Grassroots Leaders at the Nexus of Religious and Social Welfare Fields in Uganda
12:00 Microbiology Student Seminars: Whitney Manhart & Aditya Mithal
12:15 “Kwibuka: Divergent Memory and the Quest for Justice in Post-Genocide Rwanda"
Tuesday, February 12
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4:30 From Puppets to Apps, around Don Quixote - A Works in Progress Presentation by Benjamin Juarez
Wednesday, February 13
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12:00 Alzheimer's Disease: The Road ahead of us
2:00 Current Topics Seminar – Lauren Orefice, Ph.D.
Friday, February 15
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3:00 CISE Seminar: Julien Hendrickx, UCLouvain, Belgium & CISE Resident Scholar, Boston University