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Sunday, November 3
AM
10:35 Take Note
PM
12:30 Bible Study
Monday, November 4
PM
4:00 Yujhán Claros (PhD candidate, Columbia)
Tuesday, November 5
PM
5:00 Archaeolog Distinguished Lecture in honor of Norman Hammond
Wednesday, November 6
PM
12:15 A View of Two Worlds: New Archaeological Discoveries at Copan and a Comparative Perspective on Early States in Mesoamerica and China
12:15 Archaeology at Copan: A Comparative Perspective on Early States in Mesoamerica and China
4:30 Black Reparations: The ARC of Justice
Thursday, November 7
PM
4:00 "Historical Imagery, GIS, and Lost Landscapes of Early China and Korea," lecture by Mark Byington
4:00 Historical Imagery, GIS, and Lost Landscapes of Early China and Korea
Friday, November 8
AM
10:15 External Relations of the European Union A Conversation with Prof. Jan Wouters
PM
12:00 Chinese Painting and Calligraphy as an Art of Resistance Then and Now
4:00 Dept. Colloquium- Deborah Boyle
Sunday, November 10
AM
9:45 The Bach Experience
PM
12:30 Bible Study
Monday, November 11
PM
4:00 Comparative Immigration Regimes in Europe and the World – A Lecture by Justin Gest
4:00 Linguistics Colloquium - Harold Torrence
Tuesday, November 12
PM
12:00 Using Social Epidemiology to Address Perinatal Mental Health Challenges Among New Mothers from Diverse Populations
Wednesday, November 13
PM
3:00 Legislating Atrocity Prevention
5:30 The Fall of the Berlin Wall
Thursday, November 14
PM
4:30 BUCSA Taiwan Forum lecture, Epistemic Machines for the Cold War: Computing Economic Planning Projects in Cold War Taiwan, 1959-1968
6:30 Muerte y poesía en la frontera mexicana: El viaje de los cantores y el teatro de Hugo Salcedo