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Kelly Milukas:  "The Art of Science and the Commitment to Awareness"

Kelly Milukas: "The Art of Science and the Commitment to Awareness"

May 01 5:30PM - 7:00PM
Speaker and artistKelly Milukasbuilds a visual bridge between the arts and sciences, by exploring the mysteries of art and science through photography and 3-dimensional artworks. In her original…
 
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Macarena Gmez-Barris  Forest Theory, Occupation, and an Archive of the Future

Macarena Gmez-Barris Forest Theory, Occupation, and an Archive of the Future

Apr 11 4:00PM - 5:30PM
The tree and the forest is the site of environmental humanities and multidisciplinary inquiry. By engaging the materiality of land, place, and the idea of the tree as knowledge,Macarena Gmez-Barris…
 
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Justin W. Cook  A Practice of Uncertainty: How Design Embraces Contingency

Justin W. Cook A Practice of Uncertainty: How Design Embraces Contingency

Mar 06 5:30PM - 7:00PM
Complexity and uncertainty are common features of our everyday lives. However, we tend to do everything we can to minimize their presence and effect. This effort operates at the small, transactional…
 
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Lecture by Lori Marso  Dear Dick: A Feminist Politics of the Epistolary

Lecture by Lori Marso Dear Dick: A Feminist Politics of the Epistolary

Feb 14 4:00PM - 5:30PM
Beginning with Laura Mulveys pioneering work on how narrative film replicates the male gaze by sexually objectifying womens bodies, this talk charts the visibility of womens bodies and the…
 
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Joyce Chaplin lecture on The Franklin Stove: Heat and Life in the Little Ice Age

Joyce Chaplin lecture on The Franklin Stove: Heat and Life in the Little Ice Age

Jan 31 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Joyce E. Chaplinis the James Duncan Phillips Professor of Early American History at Harvard University. Hercurrent research examines climate change and climate science in eighteenth-century early…