This talk focuses on ideological conformity in academia: where it comes from, which issues are especially sensitive and why it can be dangerous to enforce taboos around sensitive issues rather than encouraging different sides to openly debate them.
A closer look at recreational camping reveals how its history and meanings are far from obvious. In the next CU on the Weekend lecture, Professor Phoebe Young will explore its unexpected and interwoven histories.
Panelists from various disciplines will discuss their career paths from graduate degree to professional. They will address how they used their degrees and training to prepare for their current positions, and any advice they can give to current graduate students. Plenty of time will be given for questions.
In this semester's Arts and Sciences Honors Program distinguished lecture series, CU professors Emmanuel David and Yumi Janairo Roth discuss their interdisciplinary project about the untold story of Filipino performers in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West.
The CODE:SWITCH Speaker Series brings professors Andrea Armstrong and Judson Mitchell and student collaborators from Loyola University to discuss their collaborative effort to create the Incarceration Transparency database.
Kyle Powys Whyte will give the first Patricia Sheffels Visiting Scholar talk, “Against Crisis Science: Research Futures for Climate and Energy Justice” on March 2. Plus, join for a catered social hour before the lecture.
Four CU experts on Russia, Eastern Europe and economics will offer insights into the history of Ukraine and Russia, domestic politics and society of the region, sentiments on the ground in Ukraine and sanctions by the West.