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APR 28, 2014
Playwright Jalila Baccar chronicles the events that shook Tunisia in the murky hours after the Jasmine Revolution - the event that triggered the Arab Spring. Read more
This important orientation is required for you to be processed to payroll. Please bring original Social Security card. Read more
With wildly inventive language and razor-sharp humor, "No Matter How Hard We Tried" captures Poland's contemporary moment. Read more
Award-winning journalist, author and seasoned commentator on Middle Eastern politics, Patrick Cockburn addresses the conflict in Syria. Read more
Join Ira Shor for a conversation on critical pedagogy and the corporate war on public education as part of the Extra-Institutional Seminar in the Humanities. Read more
APR 29, 2014
Join Patricia Clough, Karen Gregory, Benjamin Haber and Josh Scannell for a presentation on “Big Data” visualizations, non-representational method, and the emergence of a new onto-logic of sociality. Read more
Speaker: Aaron Ecay (University of Pennsylvania)
Title: TBA Read more
APR 30, 2014
Speaker: David Neumark
Affiliation: UC Irvine, NBER
Topic: Revisiting the Minimum Wage-Employment Debate: Throwing out the Baby with the Bathwater?
Organizer: David Jaeger Read more