Disabilities Seminar with Sarah Rose

Sarah Rose – History, UT Arlington “Why won’t they get hearing aids?’ Insurance, Age, Disability, and Medical Technology” CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) will be provided at this session for deaf and hard of hearing participants and audience members. Open to faculty, staff and graduate students

Gender Seminar with Faye Xiao

Faye Xiao – East Asian Languages and Cultures The Fourth Wave: Grassroots Feminism with Chinese Characteristics Open to faculty, staff and graduate students

Social Justice Film Series “Icebox”

A young boy becomes trapped inside America’s rigid immigration process. (Feature adaptation of the 2016 short film, “Icebox.”) Location: Watson Library, Three West

Queer Talks: Queer Fashion

Queer Talks is BACK! Join the Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity’s very own TK Morton in a discussion about Queer Fashion! What it is, where it has been, and where it is going. This will be held on October 30th at 12pm in the Sabatini Multicultural Resource Center!

Film Screening of “Paywall” & Discussion

Join us on October 29 for a film screening of “Paywall: The Business of Scholarship,” a documentary that takes a critical look at for-profit scholarly publishing and its implications. Watch the movie trailer ➡️vimeo.com/217495703 6 p.m. – Doors open 7 p.m. – Screening of “Paywall” 8:15 p.m. – Panel discussion + audience Q&A The panel…

An Evening with Robin DiAngelo

Join us for an evening with Robin DiAngelo, the New York Times best-selling author of “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism.” Attendance is free and open to the public. Seating will be first come, first served. The talk will start at 7 p.m. and will be followed by…

Tuttle Lecture: Black KKKlansman and the Resurgence of Hate

Please join us for the annual Bill Tuttle Distinguished Lecture in American Studies given this year by Dr. Kevin Willmott. In 2018 Professor Willmott was awrded both the Academy Award and libchamecanthe BAFTA Award for best Adapted Screenplay for his co-writing of Black KKKlansman.

Balancing Life & Work in Academia

Graduate Professional Development Series introduces Slavic Languages & Literature, featuring Dr. Alesha Doan and Dr. Andy Denning on Thursday, September 26th in Strong  Hall 339, 5:00pm

International Coffee Hour

International Coffee Hour brings the KU community together to chat over coffee, tea, and snacks. Each coffee hour features a presentation by an international student or scholar on their home country or culture at  Watson Library Third Floor! Featured Speaker: PhD Student, Hollie Hall from England If you would like to present your country or culture at…