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MLL Honors Theses Research Showcase
Friday, April 23
2pm - 4pm

Join us to learn from 8 Honors Students in Modern Languages and Literatures about their research projects!

Lecture: a spatial approach to the study of early modern European local political cultures
Friday, April 23
4:30pm - 5:30pm

Prof. Angelo Torre (Università del Piemonte Orientale, Italy) will be speaking on "Space for the Commons: a spatial approach to the study of early modern European local political cultures" on Friday, April 23d, at 4:30 pm.

    RPSS Undergraduate Research Showcase
    Saturday, April 24
    2pm - 3:30pm
    Virtual Event

    We are delighted to share the program of our upcoming RPSS Undergraduate Research Showcase.
    RPSS students present their research in history, literary, and film studies.

      Spring Break Day 6 - no classes for undergraduates
      Monday, April 26
      All day
      Location not specified

      Spring Break Day for undergraduates

        Islamic Ethics as Environmental Justice
        Tuesday, April 27
        3:30pm - 5pm

        This virtual presentation will show how persistent issues about how to relate environmental law and ethics become legible through Muslim registers for environmental justice.

        What Is To Be Done: Land Back: MLL Faculty Discussion (ZOOM)  
        Thursday, April 29
        3:30pm - 5pm

        Thursday April 29 3:30-5pm:

        What Is To Be Done: Land Back

        Faculty Discussion, Zoom.

        Reading: TBA

        Open to Faculty (Students welcome but must contact Prof. Stephen Sheehi)

          Responsibilities of History: Understanding the “Comfort Women” Controversy Between Japan & Korea
          Friday, April 30
          3pm - 4pm

          A conversation with Eric Han and Tomoyuki Sasaki about the ongoing "comfort women" controversy. Please RSVP for the Zoom link.

          Japanese Studies Senior Research Colloquium
          Thursday, May 6
          5pm - 6:30pm
          Location not specified

          Join us (via Zoom!) as the second cohort of the Japanese Studies Major present their final research projects.  These students have faced unique challenges this semester; come and help us celebrate their achievements! 

          Last Day of Classes
          Friday, May 7
          All day
          Location not specified

          Last Day of Classes