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Past Events

Mar
01

Jane Friedman Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 100, Room 101K, MAP
Mar
01

Polarized Pasts: Heritage and Political Polarization in Europe and the United States

9:30am | Archaeology Center, MAP

This international workshop seeks to confront the pasts unfolding right now. Over the last decade, political movements on the alt-, hard- and far right...

Feb
11

Eli Alshanetsky Practice Job Talk

10:00am | Building 460, Room 301, MAP
Feb
08

Adam Crager Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 100, Room 101K, MAP
Feb
07

Should You Lie to a Person with Dementia?

7:00pm | Cubberley Auditorium, MAP

UPDATE: Due to an unexpected conflict, Larissa MacFarquhar is unable to participate in this event. David Magnus, Director of the...

Feb
01

Colloquium: David Enoch

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

Title: False Consciousness for Liberals, Part I: Consent, Autonomy, and Adaptive Preferences

Abstract: 

The starting point regarding...

Jan
29

Racial Equity through Research, Media and Policy: a panel discussion on collaborations accelerating social change

3:00pm | Black Community Services Center, MAP

In our era of disinformation, fake news, and rally politics, it may seem utopian to imagine policy informed by scholarship. This panel will discuss how...

Jan
25

Graduate Student Workshop on Publishing Strategies

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

Barry Maguire intends for this workshop to discuss (a) different publication strategies for today’s job market; (b) which kinds of journals to consider...

Jan
24

Opportunities and Ethics of Editing Genomes: A CRISPR-Inspired Conversation

7:00pm | CEMEX Auditorium, Graduate School of..., MAP

Recent reports of the first babies to be born with CRISPR-edited genes have sparked widespread condemnation and calls for action. These concerns will...

Jan
10

Basic Income Illusions: Lucas Stanczyk and Debra Satz

5:30pm | Stanford Law School, Crown Building,..., MAP

Should basic-income strategies be prioritized over labor organization? Are unconditional cash payments to individuals the proper response to collective...

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