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  • Join us for a FREE day-long series of events, performances, and participatory activities including sessions on California Indians, Native Americans from other states, and indigenous peoples from around the world.
    9-10am--Indigenous Archaeology in Central California, with Peter Nelson...

  • In this session, we reflect on how norms and practices of neoliberal governmentality are disseminated and transformed across borders. Professors Elyachar and Rofel’s extensive studies of Egypt and China, respectively, offer new insights into how different forms of neoliberalism transform social...

  • ISAS is proud to announce the 3rd Sarah Kailath Memorial Lecture - a lecture series on the theme of Women and Leadership. This lecture series has been established in memory of Sarah Kailath (February 5 1941 -...

  • A Keynote Lecture and Reception occur on Friday night.

    CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 8:00-8:50 AM

    SELF-REPRESENTATION IN PRE-...

  • KEYNOTE LECTURE
    Maude Fife Room, Wheeler Hall 315 7:00-8:30 PM

    Introduction: Carlos Noreña, Associate Professor, History Department, University of California, Berkeley

    Keynote speaker: Frank Vermeulen (Professor of Archaeology, Ghent University)

    From the Mountains to...

  • In the 17th-century, the Thirty Years' War and wars with the Turks, recurring at multiple fronts across Eastern and Central Europe, were formative forces. Military battles went along with the drawing of ideological and confessional boundaries, which continue to take effect in today's Europe....

  • “The Catholic Invasion of China, 1841-2000” is a subject that has undergone a great reevaluation during the last half-century. In the 1960s, it was viewed as nearly synonymous with the experience of Western imperialism. The physical incursion into China of thousands of religious ended with the...

  • We will review the blockbuster decisions of 2014 and how they will be implemented throughout the country (specific cases to be announced). We will also review the criminal law and economic decisions of the court and make educated guesses about the important cases coming up in 2014 and how they...

  • Brown Bag Talk

  • Professor Gorodnichenko, a native of Ukraine, is an applied macroeconomist. He has published widely on broad array of key topics covering macroeconomics, public finance, development, and international economics.