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12:00 pm - Lecture: Liliana Fernandez Mollinedo, “The US-Cuba Conflict: Historic Evolution and Current Assessments”

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12:00 pm - Techne Institute: Finnegans Waves: A Reading Machine

5:30 pm - Queer Studies Research Workshop: Jonathan Katz, “The Gray Flannel Suit and the Fright Wig: Warhol, Queerness and the Birth of Pop”

12:00 pm - Techne Institute: Finnegans Waves: A Reading Machine

4:00 pm - Scholars@Hallwalls: Nicholas Lustig, “The Variegated Spread of Real-Time Crime Centers”

9:00 am - Sixth Annual Haudenosaunee/Native American Research Symposium

5:00 pm - Disability Studies Research Workshop: Book Celebration: “(Dis)Integration: Buffalo Poets, Writers, and Artists 2017”

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1:00 pm - Queer Studies Research Workshop: Work-in-Progress, Oliver Klassen, “Swimming Away from Normative Fixations: The Politics of Wolfgang Tillmans’s Cameraless Photo Series Freischwimmer in the Context of Techno and Rave Club Culture”

12:00 pm - Feminist Research Alliance Workshop: Hershini Young

4:00 pm - Modernisms Research Workshop: Hala Halim, “Arab Modernity/Modernism, and the Case of Edwar al-Kharrat”

12:15 pm - Disability Studies Research Workshop: Beth Linker, “The Great War and Modern Veteran Care”

3:30 pm - MLK @ Buffalo: 50 Years Later

10:00 am - Early Modern Research Workshop: Round-table: “The Future of the Early Modern Past: French and American Perspectives”

3:00 pm - Techne Institute: Live Cinema! a live broadcast of the performance of Mariage-K

11:30 am - “Have a Look”: Get a glimpse inside the rehearsal & work room of AT BUFFALO

11:30 am - “Have a Look”: Get a glimpse inside the rehearsal & work room of AT BUFFALO

11:30 am - “Have a Look”: Get a glimpse inside the rehearsal & work room of AT BUFFALO

4:00 pm - International Education Week 2017 Keynote Lecture: “Washington’s Rules: America’s Path to Permanent War”

11:30 am - “Have a Look”: Get a glimpse inside the rehearsal & work room of AT BUFFALO

12:30 pm - Early Modern Research Workshop: Amy Graves Monroe (RLL), “Rational Catastrophes: Plausibility and Verisimilitude in Early Modern Eventhood.”

1:00 pm - Queer Studies Research Workshop: Jamie Currie, “In A Troubled Time: When Said met Genet.”

11:30 am - “Have a Look”: Get a glimpse inside the rehearsal & work room of AT BUFFALO

12:00 pm - New Faculty Seminar: Adam Rome, “DuPont and the Limits of Corporate Environmentalism”

1:00 pm - Symposium: Microbial Aesthetics

1:00 pm - Symposium: Microbial Aesthetics

12:00 pm - Disability Studies Research Workshop: Wei Yu Wayne Tan, “Japan’s Hidden Nineteenth Century: Disability Perspectives on the Ordinary (and Extraordinary) Lives of Blind Women”

7:00 pm - Staged Reading of AT BUFFALO: A New Musical

2:00 pm - Staged Reading of AT BUFFALO: A New Musical (2nd reading)

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6:30 pm - Queer Studies Research Workshop: Derek Conrad Murray

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4:00 pm - Scholars@Hallwalls: Katja Praznik, “”The Paradox of Unpaid Labor in the US: Radical Creativity vs. Social Security”

5:00 pm - Queer Studies Research Workshop: World AIDS DAY/DAY With(out) Art “ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS”

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