Calendar

Public Lecture: "The Basque Language and People – intriguing origins, complex context"

Public Lecture: "The Roma in Their European Context"

Public Lecture: "Celtic Languages in Historical and Contemporary Perspective"

Public Lecture: "German Migration to the East in 18th/19th-Century Europe"

Coffee Quality and Qualities: Closing the Gender Asset Gap in Oaxaca, Mexico

Violence and the Human Condition: Political Violence and Issues of Measurement and Methodology

"It’s not just a drawl, y’all: Fact vs. fiction in Kentucky speech" (student documentary film on Kentucky English)

May Day Reflections on Aluminum Workers in Indiana

International Studies Day

Handbook for Preliminary Dissertation Fieldwork: A Practical Guide for the International Student Researcher

Race and the Chilean Miracle: Neoliberalism, Democracy and Indigenous Rights in Chile

***EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER***6th Annual Appalachian Research Community Symposium and Arts Showcase

Fair Trade or Trading Bad?

Women and Peacebuilding: Lessons Learned from Post-Genocide Rwanda

Third Wave Coffee, Maya Farmers, and the Anthropology of Wellbeing

“Socially Integrated Multidisciplinary Epidemiology, Prevention, and Care in Public Health”

Public Lecture: "From Arab nationalism to New Media"

The State of The Right in Europe and Latin America

Seminar Series: "Variation in young women's perceptions of dialect differences in the Arab World"

Archaeology Roundtable: Anthropology Undergraduate Student Presentations

Achilles & the Argonauts: CLA 525/625 Research Workshop

“The Relational Subject versus the Plural Subject: We Believe, Plan and Want, but Who or What are We?”

Kasimir & Karoline: A Staged Reading

Music of the Koto: Japan's National Instrument

Blurred Lines: Buddhism in the Chinese Borderlands

Know Your Rights: Community & Law Enforcement in a Post-Ferguson America

Living in Times of Regression: A Personal Account

The Odyssey -- A Performance by Joe Goodkin

"Perverse Subjects: Becoming Bodies of Literature in the Library"

Long Time Ago... A Performance by Crit Callebs Eastern Band Cherokee Storyteller

Book Launch: Kentucky's Cookbook Heritage: Two Hundred Years of Southern Cuisine and Culture

The Politics of Memory

Compressed Course: "An Introduction to Text Mining and Textual Data Analysis for the Humanities and Social Sciences"

Public Lecture: "Terrorist Spotting for Beginners: Mass surveillance through language"

“Chronic Liminality: living on the edge in a Zambian park buffer zone”

The State of Democracy in Latin America

"The Israelite Samaritan Today: Past, Present and Looking to the Future."

Graduate Student Grant-Getting at NSF, SSRC, NIJ, & NIH

Faculty Workshop on Private Foundation Grants

Annual Conference: Democracy at Risk

From Alpha to Omega and Beyond

The Specter of Global China: Contesting the Power & Peril of Chinese State Capital in Zambia

"Sleepless Nights/Wasted Time: Seeking Islam in Egypt's Hollywood"

“Engaging in Sustainability in Neoliberal Contact Zones”

Introducing the book: Landesque Capital: The Historical Ecology of Enduring Landscape Transformations.

Women In China's Heroin Trade: A Niche Market Perspective

"Pilgrimage in a Tourist Age: The Case of Birthright Israel and the Shaping of Jewish Identity"

2-Day Intensive SEM Workshop

Vote, Pray, Write: (Researching) Women and Religious Politics in India

Reversing Trajectories: Incarceration, Violence and Political Consequences

Navigating the Left Turn: Sexual Politics and the Citizen Revolution in Ecuador

Getting from Here to There? Power, Politics, and Urban Sustainability in North America

National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Patterns of Inequality and Latin American Support for Redistribution

Conference on Political and Economic Inequality

African American and Africana Studies Social Science Speaker Series: Karyn Lacy

The Power of Babel: and Why We Can't Fight it in Our Own Language

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Reflections on March 11, 2011; Japan's Disasters and their Aftermath

Reflections on March 11, 2011: Japan's Disasters and their Aftermath

"Reflections on March 11, 2011: Japan's Disasters and their Aftermath" - AGSA Distinguished Lecture Series

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Documentary: Visa al Paraíso: Gilberto Bosques en Francia (1939-1944)

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Problems with Marx…and Some Solutions

Political Ecology and the End(s) of Critique

Environmental Racism as a Form of State-Sanctioned Racial Violence

DOPE 2014 Scholar/Activist Panel: Working Across Borders: US/Latin America Collaborations for Social and Environmental Justice

DOPE 2014 Plenary Panel: Engaging Difference: Displacing the Subject in Political Ecology

The emotion management of social edges: exploring attachments to market and state

The Outsourced Self: intimate life in market times

Something Old, Something New: Disability, Gender, Blackness and Performance in African Diaspora and African-American Studies

The Body in Pain, Performance in African Diaspora and Caribbean Studies

"Gender and Islamophobia in the era of cyber-panic”

Translating Affect

Indian Arts & the Politics of Culture in Central Mexico

Tracy Fisher: "Rethinking Blackness, Feminisms, and Transracial Solidarities"

Latin American Populism: Between Authoritarianism and Democratization

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Analysis and PDE Seminar

"Davis Bottom: Rare History, Valuable Lives" Premiere

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Analysis and PDE Seminar

New Challenges for Peace and Security in East Asia: Perspectives on Japan’s Future

Analysis and PDE Seminar

"Petro Patrons: Rentier States and Security in the Persian Gulf"

Owen Dwyer (Indiana University-Perdue University Indianapolis)

Craft Writing: Beer, the Digital, and Craft Culture

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Dr. Chad Montrie speaks in honor of Professor Ron Eller's Career at UK

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Introductory Workshop on Time-Series Analysis

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Jeremy Crampton, Sue Roberts, and Ate Poorthuis (University of Kentucky)

Harold Perkins (Ohio University)

Caroline Nagel (University of South Carolina)

5th Biennial Herbert Marcuse Society Conference

Analysis and PDE Seminar

"Constitutional Dysfunction on Trial: Can Courts Save Congress from the President (and Itself)?"

Davis Bottom: Rare History, Valuable Lives

Learn LaTeX with Yu Ouyang

Learn SAS with Mahdi Asgari

Learn SPSS with Jennifer Jewell

Learn R Studio with Yu Ouyang

Strengthening Ties Between UK & Lexington

Break dancing with the dead: Popular music and the role of ancestors in Maya language revitalization

Translated Justice? Ixhil Maya Participation in the Trial of Ríos Montt for Genocide in Guatemala

Dr. Lorenzo Meyer Politics in Mexico Today (A&S 100 Course)

Succeed In Sociology

2014 Appalachian Research Symposium

Invisible War--Documentary

Hearing Appalachian Voices

Louisiana Bucket Brigade: Fighting for Environmental Justice in Fenceline Communities

Louisiana Bucket Brigade: Fighting for Environmental Justice in Fenceline Communities

Gurney Norman reads & signs "Ancient Creek"

Early Mortality, Stigma, & Social Suffering in Appalachia

Putting Your Sociology Degree to Work: Explore Careers in Sociology

Beers Summer Fellowship Presentations

Beds or Meds? The Changing Societal Responses to Mental Health Problems in Advanced Industrialized Nations, 1960 - 2003

The Best of Both Worlds: Blended Learning in the Language Classroom”

"Environmental Health Concerns in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy"

“The TVA Coal Waste Disaster”

Hugo Chavez's Populism: Between Democratization and Authoritarianism

Environmental Health Concerns in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy

A Geography of Small Spaces

Table, Map and Text: Writing in France circa 1600

The Urban Age in Question

Derek Gregory, University of British Columbia: “Gabriel's War: Cartography and the Changing Art of War "

Annual Luckens Prize Lecture in Jewish Studies

Dimensions of Political Ecology Conference 2013

Bryan Hanks and Jean-Luc Houle, Presentations on Archeology in Russia and Mongolia

Erin Koch, Lecture, “Saakashvili's "zero tolerance" Regime & Its Consequences”

Stefan Pugh, Lecture, "The Rusyns and their language: East Slavs in search of identity"

Daniel Prior, Lecture ”How a Horse Theft Becomes a Praise Poem"

Daniel Prior, Lecture “Riding through a Kirghiz Epic Poem”

Our Roots Run Deep as Ironweed: Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice in Appalachian Mountain Communities

"The Peopling of the Americas and the Dene-Yeniseian Connection"

Janet Stamatel Lecture, “Democracy, Crime, & Punishment in Central Eastern Europe”

“b-Mail: Everyday Communication on Birch bark in Medieval Russia”

"Energy Politics in Russia"

"Human Trafficking in the former USSR"

Year of Russia's Realms Animated Film Festival

“Human Trafficking in Eurasia”

“Interpersonal violence in post-Soviet Russia: Socioeconomic change, political change, and alcohol.”

Year of Russia's Realms Animated Film Festival

"Telephones, Stamps, and Tablets: The Surprising Nature of Survey Design in the 2010s"

"Developing Effective Internet Survey Method: Results from Recent Research"

Linguistics Program Seminar Series: The Ket language of Siberia

‘Science’ In Social Science, an Epistemological Dilemma for Scholarship on Africa: Reflections on the Universal

Toward an Urban Cultural Studies: Henri Lefebvre, Space and Cultural Production

CFP: Networked Humanities: From Within and Without the University

Kentucky Foreign Language Conference

Spoken Stories by Gurney Norman

Sociology Award Ceremony

Walter S. DeKeseredy

Symposium: Understanding the Arab Spring

Demolition (拆迁 ) & discussion with the director

GWS Research Matters Series: Mary Anglin, "Fighting the Odds: Poverty, Race, and the Cultural Politics of Breast Cancer

Sociology Speaker Series: Human Trafficking in Central Asia: Research that Informs Policy

GWS Research Matters Series: Melissa Stein "Bodies of Knowledge: Historical Perspectives on Race, Gender, and Biological Determinism""

Kathleen Fitzpatrick

GWS Queens Lecture Series: Karen Tice "Queens of Academe: Campus Pageantry and Student Life"

Sexual Abuse of Children on Native American Reservations

Video Capping Presentations: Implications of Charged Technologies

Seeking the Good Life in America: Lessons From the Appalachian Past - Ronald D. Eller

Sociology Service Showcase

Irving Roth speaks on "Recollections of a Survivor"

Jean Baker discusses her new biography of Margaret Sanger

CHINA Town Hall: Local Connections, National Reflections

“Insiders and Outsiders: Jewish Communities in the Appalachian Coalfields”

The History Department presents Daniel Sharfstein, "Secrets and Lines: Uncovering a History of Race in the United States"

First Friday Panel Discussion - Does Culture Matter in Sustainable Agriculture

Father Justin Sinaites- "'We Knew Not Whether We Were in Heaven or on Earth': The Heritage of Russian Iconography"

Year of China Film Series-Beijing or Bust

Sociology Speaker Series: Social Network Dynamics in the Face of Biographical Disruption

Ned Stuckey-French to give lecture "Baldwin, Didion, Digitization, and the Future"

Celebration of Faculty Excellence Reception

Social Theory First Working Paper

The Mythology of the Doudou: Sexualizing Black Female Bodies, Constructing Culture and Nation in the French Caribbean.

Final Exams for 8-week Summer Session

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