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Archive for August, 2012

 
  • Graduate Colloquium – Shaftolu Gulamadov

    Join us for the fourteenth in a series of presentations by graduate students on their on-going research. Today’s presentation by Shaftolu Gulamadov is titled, “Morality and Salvation in the Sacred […]

     
  • Graduate Colloquium – Mourad Laabdi

    Join us for the thirteenth in a series of presentations by graduate students on their on-going research. Today’s presentation by Mourad Laabdi is titled, “Morality and Rhetoric in Ibn Rushd’s […]

     
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  • Cancelled: Graduate Colloquium

    This event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for the fall.             Join us for the twelfth in a series of presentations by graduate […]

     
  • Graduate Colloquium – Callie Callon & Jade Weimer

    Join us for the tenth in a series of presentations by graduate students on their on-going research. Today’s first presentation by Callie Callon is titled, “Beardless and Base-born: Physiognomic Polemic […]

     
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  • Graduate Colloquium – Rick Last & Sarah Rollens

    Join us for the ninth in a series of presentations by grad students on their on-going research. Today’s presentations are by Rick Last on, “Reassessing the Evidence of ‘Poverty’ among […]

     
  • Graduate Colloquium – Greg Beiles & Lindsay Macumber

    Join us for the eighth in a series of presentations by graduate students on their on-going research. Today’s presentations are by Greg Beiles on, “The ‘child’ as a philosophical concept […]

     
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  • Graduate Colloquium – Amy Elizabeth Fisher

    Join us for the sixth in a series of presentations by graduate students on their on-going research. Today’s presentation by Amy Fisher is titled, “Friendship, Liminality and Stuckedness: Notes on […]

     
  • Graduate Colloquium – Matt King

    Join us for the fourth in a series of presentations by graduate students on their on-going research. Today‚Äôs presentation by Matt King is titled, “Writing True Places: Buddhist Historical Interpretations […]

     
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  • Graduate Colloquium – John Lorenc

    Join us for the third in a series of presentations by graduate students on their on-going research. Today’s presentation by John Lorenc is titled, “Class Conflict in an Early Fourteenth […]

     
  • Graduate Colloquium – Chad Kile & Luiz Ribeiro

    Join us for the second in a series of presentations by graduate students on their on-going research. Today’s presentations are by Chad Kile on, “By What Angels these Demons are […]

     
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  • Graduate Colloquium – Jenny Bright

    Join us for the first in a series of presentations by graduate students on their on-going research. Today’s presentation by Jenny Bright is titled, “The Red Element: Contemporary Tibetan Medical […]