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Gruen Discusses Her New Book Entangled Empathy
Lori Gruen, professor and chair of philosophy, discussed her new book, Entangled Empathy: An Alternative Ethic for Our Relationships with Animals, with University of Colorado Professor Emeritus Mark Bekoff in The Huffington Post. Bekoff calls the book “a wonderful addition to a growing literature in the transdisciplinary field called anthrozoology, the study of human-animal relationships.” Gruen defines “entangled empathy” as “a…

Tucker to Study Victorian Sustainability, River Pollution Prevention Reform as Visiting Fellow
As a 2015 Humanities Research Centre Visiting Fellow, Associate Professor Jennifer Tucker will study Victorian sustainability, photography, law and river pollution prevention reform at Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra, Australia. Her appointment will be May 15-July 15. Tucker’s ongoing research, tentatively titled “Science Against Industry: Photographic Technologies and the Visual Politics of Pollution Reform,” traces the historical roots of the use of…

Shinohara’s Solo Exhibitions to be Displayed in Japan
Master printmaker Keiji Shinohara, artist in residence, will have three solo exhibitions in 2015.” The title is “Keiji Shinohara: Woodcut.” The first will be at the Odakyu Shinjuku Art Salon in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan March 11-17. For more information call 03-3342-1111 (Japan). The second show will be at Art Zone-Kaguraoka in Kyoto, Japan May 9-May…

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Friday, March 06, 2015

Africanizing Technology (March 5-6th)

Usdan 110 (Andersen Meeting Room)

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

"Race and Religion on the Front Line: Juan Latino's Epic of the Battle of Lepanto"-Elizabeth Wright

Highwaymen Common Room (Romance Languages)