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May 21st, 2018

CLA This Week — 5/21/18

Monday, May 21
Teacher Resistance in Tibetan Life Writing — Tibetan Buddhism famously asks practitioners to be devoted to their religious master, deferring to a teacher’s authority […]


May 14th, 2018

CLA This Week — 5/14/18

Monday, May 14
Pop-up Exhibit — CLA undergraduate and graduate students (from the Creative Oregon and Environmental Arts & Humanities Initiative) will be displaying artwork at a pop-up […]


May 7th, 2018

CLA This Week —5/7/18

Monday, May 7
Taking Up Space: Fat Feminism, Body Liberation, and Being an Advocate for Radical Change — A lecture by Amy Pence Brown. May 7, 4 […]


April 30th, 2018

CLA This Week — 4/30/18

Monday, April 30
From Traces to Images: Reproduction of Calligraphy in Early Modern China – Lei Xue, OSU School of Arts and Communication, will discuss the unique […]


April 23rd, 2018

CLA This Week — 4/23/18

Monday, April 23
A People’s Guide to Portland and Beyond — Natchee Barnd, author of “Native Space: Geographic Strategies to Unsettle Settler Colonialism” will discuss his new […]


April 16th, 2018

CLA This Week — 4/16/18

Monday, April 16
Human Dignity in the Age of Social Media —  A panel composed of OSU faculty will discuss issues and trends, such as an apparent […]


April 9th, 2018

CLA This Week — 4/9/18

Monday, April 9
Fragments of the Uni-versatile Subject — H Rakes, Assistant Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Queer Studies at OSU, will discuss the […]


April 2nd, 2018

CLA This Week — 4/2/18

Wednesday, April 4
The Origins of Today’s Billionaire-Funded Radical Right and the Crisis of American Democracy — A talk by Dr. Nancy MacLean, author of the National […]


March 19th, 2018

CLA This Week — 3/19/18

Monday, March 19
[Re]Framing Race Screening — The School of Language, Culture and Society will host the premiere of a collection of original short films by faculty […]


March 5th, 2018

CLA This Week — 3/5/18

Monday, March 5
Neoliberalism with No Illusions: Cruel Pessimism in Post-Socialist Cinema — Tamas Nagypal, Postdoctoral Fellow in Film Studies, will discuss how impotent rage, depression, and […]