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January

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Venue:GC 150

Indigenous Cultures and Global Ecological Challenges. Talk presented by Bina Sengar, Fullbright Fellow, Global Indigenous Forum.

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Venue:SIPA 502/503

Complex Ethnographies, Contested Borders:Indigeneity and Nations in the Geographies of South Asian History. Lecture by Dr. Bina Selgar, Ph.D.

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Venue:CBC 152

A New Jim Code? Race, Carceral Technoscience, and Liberatory Imagination in Everyday Life. Lecture by Dr. Ruha Benjamin, PhD.

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Venue:SIPA 502/503

The Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies & the Sociology Anthropology Geography Graduate Students Association Invite you to attend the SAGGSA Events for Spring 2019. Please click through to see flier for dates and times.

March

7th Annual SAGGSA Graduate Student Conference

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Venue:CBC 154

7th Annual SAGGSA Graduate Student Conference. CBC 154, all day event. Keynote address: Dr. Deborah Thomas, PhD- University of Pennsylvania.

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Venue:CBC 154

8th Annual SAGGSA Graduate Student Conference presents Deborah A. Thomas, Ph.D. as the Keynote Speaker. [...]

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Venue:SIPA 103

China's Various Islams: From Accommodation to Assimilation? Lecture given by Dr. Dru C. Gladney, Professor of Anthropology at Pomona College in Claremont, California [...]

April

Search Commitee meeting for Assistant/Associate Professor GIS Position

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Venue:SIPA 335

The search committee for the Assistant/Associate Professor GIS Position is meeting April 12 from 2:00-3:30pm in SIPA 335.

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Venue:SIPA 502/503

Loss and Wonder at the World's End: An Alternative Archive of the Present. Lecture by Dr. Laura Ogden

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Venue:Vicky Cafe Patio- FIU MMC Campus

GSS Worlds Ahead Award Ceremony honoring Exceptional Graduating Seniors. Thursday, April 25th. 3-5pm at Vicky Cafe Patio, FIU MMC Campus. All GSS undergrad, grad, alumni,Staff, Faculty and families are welcome!

August

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Venue:SIPA 100

GSS Graduate Student Orientation will be held on Thursday, August 22nd 2019. New PhD students will meet from 1-3pm, and returning graduate students will join them from 3:30-4:30pm. A reception to meet and greet the new cohort and faculty members will take place after directly following the meeting.

October

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Venue:MMC - SIPA 103

In our relationship with the Earth and with universal Nature, we have much more in common than divides us. Every major religion, East, West and Indigenous, has a creation story based in a Power greater than ourselves in the origin of our planet and of humankind. Quechua leader Rubi Hurtado and faculty Tom Pliske dialogue on how Indigenous cosmovisions and Western perspectives can envision and establish a sense of balance between humans and the earth for the future of the planet.Organized by the

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Venue:Please check Itinerary

This event is free and open to the public. Different events everyday this week.

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Venue:SIPA 502/503

Healing at the Crossroads:Medicine and Anthropology in Global Miami. Lecture by Dr. Catherine Mas [...]

November

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Venue:FIU MMC Campus, SIPA 125

Join us to celebrate the launch of the Research Network on Health and Society. Politics, culture and social systems, and economics are some of the manor interconnected factors that help define health care and attitudes about health care in societies. Arturo Massol will be discussing science, culture, and community in the face of political challenges and [....]

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Venue:FIU MMC, SIPA Gallery

PhotoVoice is a social science research methodology that encourages members of a community to express their own views and experiences of social phenomena, highlight structural inequalities and promote informed policy dialogue.

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Venue:Frost Art Museum

Map the changing identity of South Florida's black population at this Mixtape Monday with Dr. Derrick Scott!

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Venue:CP 145

Dr. Webb will tell you about the Mayan civilization and their advanced astronomy, mathematics and calendars.

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Venue:SIPA 502/503

From trans-violence to trans-disappearance: Latin America examples. Lecture by Dr. Sheilla Rodriguez Madera, GSS Professor.