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  • Since the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement 20 years ago, U.S. companies have used the Santiago River as their own “waste canal.” This documentary follows a young woman and her family as they defy death threats to try and save one of the most polluted rivers in Mexico. 24...

  • The Sichuan Basin in China has been a major breadbasket and population center for Chinese states and empires since the late fourth Century BC. Despite this, the region has only recently become an intense focus of archaeological research as it has become clear, based on accidental finds and...

  • Come one, come all! Join us for an evening of light, motion, music, technology, innovation, and dance. In addition to interactive installations, live performances, and a jam room, by the Multimedia Orchestra @Berkeley, the event will also feature original art made by students of the UC Berkeley...

  • La Union Salvadorena de Estudiantes Universitarios (USEU) 6th Annual Statewide Conference is a free two-day event. It will bring together college and high school students, local community members, and educators, in an effort to collectively learn about socio-economic and political histories...

  • Note: This talk will be given in Korean without interpretation.

    제목:
    국경을 떠도는 소녀의 유랑을 통해 본
    지금과 여기

    리드:
    1) 르뽀가 아닌 알레고리화된 세계
    2) 아시아의 변방에서 나고 자란 한 소녀의 이주와 그녀를 둘러싼 세계의 팽팽한 대결 구도
    3) 국경넘기, 자연재해, 여성이라는 키워드로 집약되는 강영숙의 장편소설. 그것의 집필 과정과 취재 뒷얘기들.

    내용:...

  • The question of when humans first entered the Americas and by what routes has been one of the most vexing controversies in American archaeology for over 130 years. This lecture will discuss the history of the controversy and offer new evidence from Steven and Kathleen Holen’s field research that...

  • This talk will outline the trajectory of my dissertation, which combines archaeological evidence with museum studies to build a multi-disciplinary history of an Indigenous family in Central Massachusetts in the early 19th century. I argue that despite colonial tactics of dispossession and...

  • Join us for a look into the creative process of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw, as she and the Del Sol String Quartet reveal early investigations of Shaw's new work, Punctum - a voiceless opera reflecting on the last work of Roland Barthes, one of the twentieth century’s most...

  • CalDay Presentations in ARF seminar room (room 101)

    I Found This Humerus: What Archaeologists Can Learn From Animal Bones
    10:00-10:45 am

    Bones and their Stories
    10:00 am-2:00 pm

    Ceramic Vessel Reconstruction
    10:00 am-2:00 pm

    Dig Like an...

  • To register: https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1515738

    Celebrating the Establishment of the Berkeley Korea Law Center

    Berkeley Law is establishing a new center for cutting-edge...