Emerging Technology Applications & Workflows in Archaeology 3/28, 4:30 p.m.

Emerging Technology Applications & Workflows in Archaeology Ian Roy, Head of Brandeis MakerLab and Director of Innovation at Brandeis University Library This Wed Mar 28, Downey Lounge, 4:30pm Come see how 3D scanning and printing, drone photogrammetry and VR visualization helps us to better study, understand and experience the past! In addition to being a passionate … Read moreEmerging Technology Applications & Workflows in Archaeology 3/28, 4:30 p.m.

The Proof is in the Pudding: Putin’s Pivot to Asia with Dr. David Abramson ’87 — Today, 4:30 p.m.

The Proof is in the Pudding: Putin’s Pivot to Asia Monday March 26, 4.30 pm, PAC 001 Dr. David Abramson, Senior Analyst in the Office of Analysis for Russia and Eurasia at the U.S. Department of State. will discuss the drivers of Russia’s outreach in Asia and its prospects for success. Putin initiated his pivot to Asia policy even before … Read moreThe Proof is in the Pudding: Putin’s Pivot to Asia with Dr. David Abramson ’87 — Today, 4:30 p.m.

Lecture: “The Science of Unconscious Bias” with Dr. Keith Maddox March 9, Noon

Dr. Keith B. Maddox, Tufts University Friday, March 9      12:00 – 1:10 pm    open discussion to follow Tishler Lecture Hall, Exley 150 Implicit or unconscious bias is a fascinating, and sometimes confusing topic that is highly relevant given the increasingly polarized political climate of today. The near constant drumbeat of events and statements that may … Read moreLecture: “The Science of Unconscious Bias” with Dr. Keith Maddox March 9, Noon

CHUM Monday Night Lecture Series–“Neither Grand nor Modest: Critique as a form of historical analysis” with Joan Scott, Institute of Advanced Studies, 2/5/18, 6 p.m.

MONDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES | GRAND NARRATIVES / MODEST PROPOSALS Neither Grand nor Modest: Critique as a form of historical analysis Joan W. Scott • Institute for Advanced Studies FEBRUARY 5 @ 6 P.M. | Daniel Family Commons, Usdan University Center This talk will argue that critical approaches to history need neither endorse grand narratives … Read moreCHUM Monday Night Lecture Series–“Neither Grand nor Modest: Critique as a form of historical analysis” with Joan Scott, Institute of Advanced Studies, 2/5/18, 6 p.m.

PAC Speaker Series–“Freedom of Expression: A View from the Bench” with Hon. Katherine B. Forrest ’86 — Today, 2/1 at 4:30 p.m.

ACA18_PACSpeakerSeriesPoster_0125_ls    TODAY, FEBRUARY 1     PAC001     4:30 p.m. Katherine B. Forrest (class of 86) will be speaking this afternoon on freedom of expression. She was appointed as a federal judge by President Obama (Southern District of New York) and has been involved with a number of high profile cases, including a challenge to indefinite military detention … Read morePAC Speaker Series–“Freedom of Expression: A View from the Bench” with Hon. Katherine B. Forrest ’86 — Today, 2/1 at 4:30 p.m.

CFH Lecture: “Waiting in Necropolitical Times” — Prof. Victoria Pitts-Taylor Today! Dec. 4 at 6 p.m.

MONDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES | RETHINKING NECROPOLITICS Waiting in Necropolitical Times Victoria Pitts-Taylor • Wesleyan University December 4 @ 6 P.M. | Daniel Family Commons Waiting is a key mode of experiencing the effects of power; in some instances, it may express what Lauren Berlant calls ‘slow death’. Waiting is a common aspect of medicalized … Read moreCFH Lecture: “Waiting in Necropolitical Times” — Prof. Victoria Pitts-Taylor Today! Dec. 4 at 6 p.m.