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Food for Thought Event

Topic:  Intersex Matters   —  presented by Cindy Stone   Join this presentation for a discussion of intersex health conditions and how it affects 1 in 2,000 babies born every day all over the world.  You’ll also hear a first-person account of growing up as an intersexed woman with Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome, not knowing that doctors … Continue reading

Indiana and the Freedom to Marry: Rejecting HJR-3

Wednesday, January 29th | Maurer School of Law, Moot Court Room | 12 PM The Indiana University Maurer School of Law is hosting a lecture by Evan Wolfson, of Freedom to Marry, entitled “Indiana and the Freedom to Marry: Rejecting HJR-3.”  There will be an introduction by Provost Lauren Robel and lunch is provided.    

IU Art Museum Noon Talk

Wednesday, November 13th | Raymond and Laura Wielgus Gallery of the Arts  of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas | 12:15 – 1 PM Healing the Ancestral Way: Going Where Past and Present Lead Presenter: Abegunde OSANYIN is theYoruba orisa associated with healing (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual), medicine, and the use of herbs/plants.  This orisa … Continue reading

Roderick Ferguson Lecture

Wednesday, November 13th | Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center, Bridgewaters Lounge | 5PM “Socialism in Black Queer Time: The Nineteen Seventies and the Erotic Potentials of Radical Politics” This talk engages the history of black queer diasporic formations in the nineteen seventies as part of radical attempts to reimagine and eroticize socialist imaginations.  The talk situates these formations within a … Continue reading

Careers in International Development

Wednesday, November 6th | SPEA 212 | 3 – 5 PM An informal talk and Q&A with Augustin Fosu, the former Deputy Director of the United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research.  Augustin FOSU is currently Professor, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana. He is also honorary Research … Continue reading

School of Fine Arts Open Studios

What: Open Studios When: This Friday, Nov. 1, 2013 6pm-10pm Where: The Fine Arts Building (1201 E. 7th St.) Central Stores Art Annex (1026 E. 11th St.) Morgan Hall (909 E. 11th St.) McCalla (525 E. 9th St.) COME ONE, COME ALL!!!   Interested in the Studio Arts?  Now is a chance to get a sneak … Continue reading

Allan Boesak

Monday, November 4th | Neal Marshall, Bridgewater Lounge | 4 – 6 PM The Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies presents “Reconciliation as Radical Risk Taking — Lessons and Challenges from South Africa.”  Dr. Allan Boesak is an Anti-Apartheid activist and the current Desmond Tutu Chair for Peace, Global Justice, and Reconciliation Studies … Continue reading

Job Talk by Phoebe Wolfskill

Wednesday, October 30th | Neal Marshall Black Culture Center, Bridgewater Lounge | 4 PM The Department of African American and African Diaspora studies presents “Gettin’ Religion and Racial Reinvention in Paintings by Archibald Motley, Jr.”  A Job Talk by Dr. Phoebe Wolfskill.

Secrets to Interviewing

In preparation for the Diversity Conference Career Fair, we are offering a pre-conference workshop that is open to everyone who wishes to attend.  Come hear the secrets of how you can increase your odds of landing your first career opportunity.  Lyman Montgomery will give you insight to the questions that employers ask you during interviews.   … Continue reading