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Oct 16, 2019

Oct 16, 2019

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Associate Professor of History and Geography Tyler Priest will share his research and work on a website devoted to documenting and narrating the story of Royal Dutch Shell's pioneering development of the Mars basin in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico (3,000 feet of water).

Oct 17, 2019

Oct 17, 2019

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

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UI Department of Philosophy: Small group discussion on "The Insanity Defense for Corporations" led by Prof. Mihailis Diamantis, Associate Professor of Law University of Iowa. Abstract: Corporations can behave in cruel and irrational ways.  Commentators observing this sometimes say those corporations must have a mental illness. I'll argue that severe mental illness can defeat a corporation's moral responsibility. When it does, corporations charged with criminal conduct should be able to claim...

Oct 20, 2019

Oct 20, 2019

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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The IWP and UI MFA writing programs take over the 2nd floor of Prairie Lights – grab a glass of wine or a fancy soda and settle in for an hour of highlights from three of the writers' best works! Carlos GAMERRO (fiction, translation, nonfiction; Argentina) has authored six novels, most recently Cardenio (2016), a collection of short stories, and a body of literary criticism, as well as translations of seminal English-language literary works including Shakespeare, W. H. Auden, and Harold Blo...

Oct 22, 2019

Oct 22, 2019

All Day

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Poetry Workshop with José Olivarez Tuesday, October 22, 2019 12:30-1:30pm UCC 2750 Lunch will be provided | Limited to first 20 registered UIowa students Sign-up by October 12 at tinyurl.com/JOlivarez ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Poetry Reading with José Olivarez Tuesday, October 22, 2019 6pm Latino Native American Cultural Center More information on acclaimed-poet and author of Citizen Illegal (2018) at: www.joseo...

Oct 22, 2019

6:00 PM

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A new free film every Sunday! Tour the far reaches of global cinema through films created or chosen by the International Writing Program (IWP) Fall Residents. Free and open to the public, just like the rest of IWP's events. Stay for a Q&A after the screening.  * Special Cinematheque time & location * TUESDAY 10/22, 6PM FilmScene * Chauncey * IWP and Bijou Present: Breve historia del planeta verde [Brief Story from the Green Planet] (Argentina)   Presented by IWP writer-in-residence:  Sa...

Oct 23, 2019

Oct 23, 2019

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Many of us long for complex conversations with a greater range of people, and yet we aren't entirely sure how to access such conversations. In this Obermann Conversation, we convene three people -- Lore Baur, Ben Hassman, and Sherry Watt -- who actively organize and facilitate conversations that might be perceived as difficult. Each of them will share some of the skills involved in holding a mutually respectful and beneficial conversation, as well as some of the power that this relatively si...

Oct 24, 2019

Oct 24, 2019

6:15 PM - 7:45 PM

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Too often in storytelling--especially scientific storytelling--writers present case studies instead of stories, to the detriment of patients and readers. So how do we eschew mediocrity, find truly amazing stories, and give our subjects' stories the power and respect they deserve? Former This American Life producer and Emmy winning journalist Stephanie Foo teaches you how to tell stories that sing -- and make an impact. Radio journalist and producer Stephanie Foo has worked for Snap Judgment...

Oct 24, 2019

7:00 PM

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David Hamilton, author of A Certain Arc and former editor of The Iowa Review, will read at 7pm on October 24 at Prairie Lights Books. This reading, sponsored by The Nonfiction Writing Program, is part of the Krause Series in Contemporary Nonfiction.

Oct 25, 2019

Oct 25, 2019

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In this one-day symposium -- part of our yearlong Mellon Foundation-funded Sawyer Seminar on “Imagining Latinidades: Articulations of National Belonging” -- three invited speakers will explore questions related to migration and national belonging. Each speaker will deliver a plenary address, which will be followed by Q&A. Speakers include the following: Karma Chávez is Associate Professor and Chair of Mexican American & Latina/o Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. She is a rhetori...

Oct 25, 2019

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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Writers often create characters different from themselves. When such a character “belongs” to a distinct, recognizable group—perhaps a minority—challenges may arise. What is the writer’s responsibility toward representing the “other” accurately? What effort in understanding, empathy, research may be needed? Manuel BECERRA (poetry; Mexico) is the author of five books of poetry, including Instrucciones para matar un caballo [Instructions for Killing a Horse] (2013). A winner of six national p...

Oct 25, 2019

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

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In our current digitally dominated environment, the theater has become a sacred place wherein dramatic and vitally energetic encounters can occur within the delineated time and space of a production. The audience enters into the dark chamber of a theater, lamp in hand, searching for something, ready for a journey. The actor meets them there and the expedition begins. What is happening?  What is the actor doing?  What is the audience doing in relation to what the actor is doing?  What is the ...

Oct 25, 2019

3:30 PM

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Ted Sider, Rutgers University “Metaphysics and Science” If you need accommodations in order to attend any event, please call 319-335-0178

Oct 25, 2019

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

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Iowa City’s best multilingual reading series with bagels! Voices from around the world fill historic Shambaugh House, International Writing Program (IWP) HQ. Please join us for readings by two IWP Fall Residents. Samuel MENGHESTEAB (fiction, nonfiction, drama, poetry; Eritrea) is the author of the Tigrigna story anthology Seb ziseanet seb, and a regular contributor to Tigrigna-language magazines. He teaches adult and youth theater and literary programs, and writers pop sing lyrics . His par...

Oct 25, 2019

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Hancher Auditorium, Strauss Hall

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Anne Bogart is one of the three Co-Artistic Directors of SITI Company, which she founded with Japanese director Tadashi Suzuki in 1992. She is a professor of theatre at Columbia University, where she runs the Graduate Directing Program. She was a recipient of a Doris Duke Performing Artist Award, the Richard B. Fisher Award, a USA Fellowship, a Rockefeller Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and received the 2016 Alfred Drake Award from Brooklyn College. Recent works with SITI include The...

Oct 26, 2019

Oct 26, 2019

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Join us for a one-day event with three renowned communication experts who will help us explore how to listen for opportunities to create more egalitarian possibilities within interpersonal, mediated, and public spaces. Click here for the full conference schedule. This conference honors the life and work of Samuel L. Becker (1923–2012), noted communication scholar and Distinguished Professor Emeritus of the University of Iowa Department of Communication Studies. The department has assembled ...

Oct 26, 2019

2:00 PM

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José Guadalupe Posada used skulls, bones, and skeletons in his prints to critique the Mexican government and society. Although the imagery carried political message, it has become popular in decorations for Día de meurtos [Day of the Dead] in Mexico, celebrated from October 31 to November 2. Look at examples of Posada’s work and learn about his socially conscious art in anticipation of the Mexican holiday. Preparator Alexandra Janezic (MFA, UI Center for the Book) will lead a discussion abo...

Oct 27, 2019

Oct 27, 2019

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Sundays this fall: The IWP and UI MFA writing programs take over the 2nd floor of Prairie Lights – grab a glass of wine or a fancy soda and settle in for an hour of highlights from three of the writers' best works! BUDDHISAGAR (fiction, poetry, drama; Nepal) authored the bestselling novel [Karnali Blues], which won the 2010 Rastriya Pratibha Puraskar award; an English translation is forthcoming. He has three other novels and one poetry collection; his radio scripts appear on Nepali broadc...

Oct 27, 2019

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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A new free film every Sunday! Tour the far reaches of global cinema through films created or chosen by the IWP Fall Residents. Free and open to the public, just like the rest of IWP's events. Stay for a Q&A after the screening.  Apprentice (dir. Boo Junfeng; Singapore; 2016; 96 min) Presented by Clara CHOW (fiction, nonfiction, drama; Singapore) who is a short story writer, editor, columnist, co-founder of the arts and literature magazine WeAreAWebsite.com, and author of two short story co...

Oct 28, 2019

Oct 28, 2019

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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This event marks the end of the exhibition Anonymous Donor, guest-curated by Anaïs Duplan and shown at the Figge Art Museum as a part of the Stanley Museum of Art collections-sharing program, Legacies for Iowa, sponsored by the Matthew Bucksbaum Family. Join Duplan and curators Gia Hamilton, Eileen Isagon Skyers, and Gee Wesley in a moderated conversation about their practice working in multiple exhibit, artistic, and community contexts. Black Curators' Roundtable is organized by the Center...

Oct 30, 2019

Oct 30, 2019

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Voxman Music Building, Recital Hall, Room 2301

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Heralded “one of American independent music’s few truly inspired technicians” by WIRE magazine, Rachel Grimes is a pianist, composer, and arranger based in Kentucky. Her new project, The Way Forth, is an experiential, non-linear journey following generations of Kentucky women. Through lush orchestration, narration, and imagery filmed in rural Kentucky, The Way Forth honors the legacy of the silenced, and the eternal grace and redemption of time. Inspired by a treasure-trove of family docume...

Oct 31, 2019

Oct 31, 2019

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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Composer and Witching Hour performer Rachel Grimes will discuss how women’s historical documents inspired her latest multimedia composition, The Way Forth. Iowa Women’s Archives’ librarian Anna Tunnicliff and Stanley Museum of Art curator Vero Smith will facilitate this conversation about creative expression and archival sources. This UI Libraries event is free and open to the public.

Oct 31, 2019

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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Join us in the Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio (1015A Main Library) for a workshop that helps you think about presenting your research posters as a fun and engaging opportunity for conversation and sharing your work rather than a stress-inducing last-minute mess that makes you feel vaguely ill. We’ll look at templates that are actually useful and a bunch of public speaking tips and tricks that will put posters and presentations in a new light. This workshop will be held on Thursday, ...

Oct 31, 2019

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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Dia de los Muertos is a traditional Mexican celebration when people gather to honor loved ones who are deceased. It is a welcome public event of bright colors and joyous celebration. Come learn a little about the culture! Activities Include: -Decorate Masks and Craft Paper Marigolds -Add a Loved Ones' Photo to the Altar (Offerenda) -Try Pan de Muerto (Bread of the Dead; a typical sweet bread)

Nov 1, 2019

Nov 1, 2019

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

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Join us in the Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio (1015A Main Library) for a workshop that helps you think about presenting your research posters as a fun and engaging opportunity for conversation and sharing your work rather than a stress-inducing last-minute mess that makes you feel vaguely ill. We’ll look at templates that are actually useful and a bunch of public speaking tips and tricks that will put posters and presentations in a new light. This workshop will be held on Thursday, ...

Nov 1, 2019

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

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Bring your toddler to enjoy a story and related activities at the Museum of Natural History! Approximately 30 minutes of guided learning (story, poems/songs, craft) that leads to free exploration of the museum is the perfect way to start your Friday with your littles. And all before naptime! Read on the Rug is recommended for ages 2-4 along with their parent or guardian. Cost is free, space is limited to ten and advance signup is required so we have space and materials for everyone.  Pl...

Nov 1, 2019

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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How does travel-induced anxiety, inspiration, or memories made on-the-go influence the writing process? What persona emerges as daily routines disappear? Are there forms and genres more suited to a writer on the move?    Clara CHOW (fiction, nonfiction, drama; Singapore) is a short story writer, editor, columnist, co-founder of the arts and literature magazine WeAreAWebsite.com, and author of two short story collections. Named among Singapore’s Top 12 Writers to Watch, she won the 2018 Jan...

Nov 1, 2019

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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Join us for Happy Hour + Art at the next Stanley Museum of Art First Friday reception at FilmScene on the Ped Mall! Stanley First Fridays provide an ideal chance to usher in your weekend, enjoy the work of local artists, and mingle with other art enthusiasts. Our November First Friday features photographs by Cedar Rapids artist Jason Everett. The project “More Friends Than the Mountains” was developed to bring together community members, national art suppliers, international non-profit org...

Nov 1, 2019

8:00 PM

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Graduate student choreographers at the University of Iowa Department of Dance take the work of IWP writers beyond words. 

Nov 2, 2019

Nov 2, 2019

2:00 PM

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What’s the museum got to do with sports? Come find out during Iowa’s bye week, and get your football (and art) fix at the Stanley. Our sports-themed works include John Pusey’s Football from 1935, a colored chalk drawing that captures the energy and excitement of game day that Hawkeye fans know well. Pusey was born in Council Bluffs, IA and worked with Grant Wood overseeing WPA artists in Stone City, IA. Saturdays at the Stanley brings the museum’s collection to audiences in a casual, fun,...

Nov 3, 2019

Nov 3, 2019

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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The IWP and UI MFA writing programs take over the 2nd floor of Prairie Lights – grab a glass of wine or a fancy soda and settle in for an hour of highlights from three of the writers' best works! Playwright YU Nick Rongjun (drama; People’s Republic of China), artistic director of the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Center, the Shanghai International Comedy Festival, and co-director of the Shanghai Performing Arts Group, has had over 60 plays produced in China and abroad. He also works in film, TV, a...

Nov 3, 2019

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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A new free film every Sunday! Tour the far reaches of global cinema through films created or chosen by the IWP Fall Residents. Free and open to the public, just like the rest of IWP's events. Stay for a Q&A after the screening.  Short films directed by women directors from Namibia and Greece, presented by Martha Mukaiwa and Amanda Michalopoulou. Martha MUKAIWA (nonfiction, fiction, journalism; Namibia) is an arts and travel journalist, and activist for black Namibians, women, and the LGBTQ...

Nov 4, 2019

Nov 4, 2019

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

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Stacey Abrams lost a tightly contested battle for Georgia Governor amid controversy over voters' access to the polls. She has since founded Fair Fight 2020 with the aim of assuring free and fair elections. Join us for Stacey's presentation, along with a campus and community dialogue about the state of voter rights going into the 2020 U.S. presidential election.  This event is part of the “Hard Won Not Done™” series, which reflects on and celebrates the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage ...

Nov 5, 2019

Nov 5, 2019

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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In this collaborative presentation, Stephanie M. Blalock and Brandon James O'Neil discuss how their research in digital archives revealed significant new information regarding Fred Vaughan and Bill Duckett, whose lives beyond their association with the poet Walt Whitman have been little researched and remained a long-standing mystery.

Nov 5, 2019

7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

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Join us to hear architect Carey Nagle share the design concept for the new Stanley Museum of Art building. BNIM conceived the new University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art building as a rectilinear solid interrupted by interconnected voids. These light-filled, linked spaces create a home for the display, conservation, and storage of the collection, while guiding patrons physically and visually through the museum.  These are exterior exhibition spaces, educational areas, and horizontal and ve...

Nov 7, 2019

Nov 7, 2019

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

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Experienced, aspiring, and amateur artists alike: this summer, make our museums your muse. Be sure to join us for the next Sketch Nite as we welcome a very special guest guide! Our Sketch Nite events are usually a self-guided experience through our galleries after hours, but the next one will feature artist Claire Whitehurst. Claire is planning to bring in a couple of preliminary drawings to show for practice, and then perform a short demonstration explaining the process of building up a d...

Nov 8, 2019

Nov 8, 2019

All Day

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For this one-day symposium -- part of our yearlong Mellon Foundation-funded Sawyer Seminar on “Imagining Latinidades: Articulations of National Belonging” -- three speakers will address the ways Latina/o/x communities are integrated into and respond to dominant U.S. political and cultural social practices. Speakers will provide a strong historical foundation, attend to political processes, and draw out some of the less formal ways in which citizenship is imagined and practiced in Latina/o/x ...

Nov 9, 2019

Nov 9, 2019

2:00 PM

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Frenemies: friend-enemies. Not all friendships are created equal. Frenemies have the outward appearance of friendship, but they can also feel intense rivalry or even hatred for each other. The movie Mean Girls brought attention to the concept when it premiered in 2004, but frenemies has a long history in the art world. In the early twentieth century, Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse, two of the biggest names in Modern Art, spurred each other on through their friendship and competition. On Wed...

Nov 10, 2019

Nov 10, 2019

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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The IWP and UI MFA writing programs take over the 2nd floor of Prairie Lights – grab a glass of wine or a fancy soda and settle in for an hour of highlights from three of the writers' best works! Soukaina HABIBALLAH (poetry, fiction, screenwriting; Morocco) has four poetry collections and one novel [The Barracks] (2016), with a second novel forthcoming in 2019. Habiballah has received many awards including, in 2015, the Buland Al Haidari Prize for Arabic poetry, and the 2019 Nadine Shames P...

Nov 10, 2019

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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A new free film every Sunday! Tour the far reaches of global cinema through films created or chosen by the IWP Fall Residents. Free and open to the public, just like the rest of IWP's events. Stay for a Q&A after the screening.  Songs Still Sung: Voices from the Tsunami Shores (dir. Suzuki Yoi, Japan, 2019) Produced and presented by ARAI Takako (poetry; Japan) who has published three poetry collections, including Tamashii dansu [Soul Dance] which won the 2008 Oguma Hideo Prize. Since 1998,...

Nov 11, 2019

Nov 11, 2019

4:00 PM - 6:30 PM

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Cristiane Sobral was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1974. Primarily known as a playwright, she is the author of three books of poetry, including Nao Vou Mais Lavar os Pratos (Editora Thesaurus, 2010). A member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters, she received the 2017 FAC Prize for Afro-Brazilian Culture. She lives in Brasília, Brazil.  This lecture will be in Portuguese with English translation.

Nov 13, 2019

Nov 13, 2019

4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

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The Fall Undergraduate Research Festival is a celebration of undergraduate research and creative scholarship at the University of Iowa. All undergraduates involved in research or creative scholarship are encouraged to present, and EVERYONE is invited to attend! Free and open to the public!

Nov 14, 2019

Nov 14, 2019

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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How have relationships between domestic workers and employees changed over time, including around issues of race and gender? What are issues of pay injustice that have been true in the past and how are workers addressing such issues today? This Obermann Conversation includes a historian, a feminist podcaster, and a labor expert. Catherine Stewart, a history professor from Cornell College and an Obermann Fellow-in-Residence, is working on a book, The New Maid: African American Women and Dome...

Nov 15, 2019

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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The closing chapter of our weekly community conversation panel series is an opportunity to hear the Residents' belief, but often poignant, observations, in an 'open mic' format, on their experiences in the United States. 

Nov 15, 2019

3:30 PM

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Katarina Perovic, University of Iowa “Personal Identity and Different Ways of Failing to Own a Memory” If you need accommodations in order to attend any event, please call 319-335-0178

Nov 18, 2019

Nov 18, 2019

6:00 PM

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Anne-Marie Slaughter is a Princeton University Foreign Policy Expert, former top official at the U.S. State Department, author, and work-life leader who confronts a range of topics — from geopolitics and global challenges to gender equality, the future of work, and leadership — with a unique and powerful voice. She is the Bert G. Kerstetter University Professor Emerita of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton and the first female Dean of Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School. Slaughte...

Dec 6, 2019

Dec 6, 2019

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

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Bring your toddler to enjoy a story and related activities at the Museum of Natural History! Approximately 30 minutes of guided learning (story, poems/songs, craft) that leads to free exploration of the museum is the perfect way to start your Friday with your littles. And all before naptime! Read on the Rug is recommended for ages 2-4 along with their parent or guardian. Cost is free, space is limited to ten and advance signup is required so we have space and materials for everyone.  Pl...

Dec 7, 2019

Dec 7, 2019

2:00 PM

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The internet may have fueled our collective cat-craziness, but it didn’t start it. Edouard Manet, for example, drew a cat on a balcony smelling potted flowers, and Tsugouharu Foujita drew his self-portrait many times with his beloved cat resting its head on his shoulder or sitting on him. See how cats have captivated artists for over a hundred years. Saturdays at the Stanley brings the museum’s collection to audiences in a casual, fun, and interactive atmosphere. Each event has a theme th...

Dec 14, 2019

Dec 14, 2019

2:00 PM

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Put on your comfy clothes and snuggle up. Join us for an afternoon of hygge, the Danish word for coziness, comfort, and well-being, especially important in the winter months. Director Lauren Lessing will guide visitors through some of the coziest works in the collection to help us embrace the comforting possibilities cold winter afternoons can offer. Saturdays at the Stanley brings the museum’s collection to audiences in a casual, fun, and interactive atmosphere. Each event has a theme that...

Jan 31, 2020

Jan 31, 2020

All Day

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In this one-day symposium -- part of our yearlong Mellon Foundation-funded Sawyer Seminar on “Imagining Latinidades: Articulations of National Belonging” -- three speakers will examine the potentials and pitfalls of imagining Latinidades in the Midwestern U.S. Building off the past success of the Latina/o Midwest Symposium, this kickoff event for the spring semester will draw attention to the ways in which Latina/o/x space and identity might be imagined and practiced outside of traditionally...

Feb 7, 2020

Feb 7, 2020

3:30 PM

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Ali Hasan, University of Iowa If you need accommodations in order to attend any event, please call 319-335-0178

Feb 19, 2020

Feb 19, 2020

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Update your resume, dress professionally, and come snag a full time job or internship! All students welcome.  Over 160 employers will be located in the Main Lounge and Second Floor Ballroom of the Iowa Memorial Union. Check-in at Hubbard Commons in the IMU.

Mar 5, 2020

Mar 5, 2020

All Day

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Museums have never been mere containers for objects, nor should they be. How might we draw strength from existing institutions to enable vibrant futures? How can we expand the communities who feel a sense of belonging within and around museums? What must we confront and transform to make this possible? Join the artists, curators, historians, educators, and thinkers who are asking, "What Can Museums Become?" Keynote speakers include Johanna Burton, Director of the Wexner Center for the Arts ...

Mar 6, 2020

Mar 6, 2020

3:30 PM

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Asha Bhandary, University of Iowa If you need accommodations in order to attend any event, please call 319-335-0178

Mar 27, 2020

Mar 27, 2020

All Day

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After having addressed issues surrounding formal citizenship and national belonging in the previous semester, this one-day symposium -- part of our yearlong Mellon Foundation-funded Sawyer Seminar on “Imagining Latinidades: Articulations of National Belonging” -- will bring subject area experts to discuss modalities of popular belonging (television, sports, music, literature, and more) in Latina/o/x contexts in the U.S. Speakers include the following: Frederick Luis Aldama is Arts and Human...

Apr 3, 2020

Apr 3, 2020

3:30 PM

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Ted Poston, The University of Alabama If you need accommodations in order to attend any event, please call 319-335-0178

Apr 4, 2020

Apr 4, 2020

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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If you need accommodations in order to attend any event, please call 319-335-0178    

Apr 17, 2020

Apr 17, 2020

3:30 PM

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Shelly Kagan, Yale University  If you need accommodations in order to attend any event, please call 319-335-0178

Apr 30, 2020

Apr 30, 2020

All Day

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In this closing conference for the Mellon Foundation-funded Sawyer Seminar, six invited scholars of Latina/o/x studies help wrap-up the yearlong conversation about “Imagining Latinidades.” We make the turn to practices of performing and imagining Latinidades now and into the future by inviting leading scholars in the fields of Performance Studies, Queer Studies, Cultural Studies, and Latina/o/x Studies to participate in a closing conference. One set of speakers will discuss Latina/o/x cultur...

May 1, 2020

May 1, 2020

All Day

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In this closing conference for the Mellon Foundation-funded Sawyer Seminar, six invited scholars of Latina/o/x studies help wrap-up the yearlong conversation about “Imagining Latinidades.” We make the turn to practices of performing and imagining Latinidades now and into the future by inviting leading scholars in the fields of Performance Studies, Queer Studies, Cultural Studies, and Latina/o/x Studies to participate in a closing conference. One set of speakers will discuss Latina/o/x cultur...

May 1, 2020

3:30 PM

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 If you need accommodations in order to attend any event, please call 319-335-0178

May 2, 2020

May 2, 2020

All Day

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In this closing conference for the Mellon Foundation-funded Sawyer Seminar, six invited scholars of Latina/o/x studies help wrap-up the yearlong conversation about “Imagining Latinidades.” We make the turn to practices of performing and imagining Latinidades now and into the future by inviting leading scholars in the fields of Performance Studies, Queer Studies, Cultural Studies, and Latina/o/x Studies to participate in a closing conference. One set of speakers will discuss Latina/o/x cultur...