UO English hosts the 11th biennial conference of the Society of Early Americanists
Thursday, February 28th - Saturday, March 2nd
The Oregon Center for Translation Studies will soon host its inaugural symposium, "Questions in Translation." The two-day event features three exciting roundtable presentations and a keynote address by Karen Emmerich, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at Princeton University.
Thurs. 2/21, 110 Fenton Hall
The organizers of the Data/Media/Digital Graduate Student Symposium invite submissions for 15-minute presentations from UO graduate students on any aspect of Data/Media/Digital studies for a one-day symposium on Friday, April 6, 2019 to be held in the Knight Library's new DREAM Lab collaborative workspace.
For full schedule, visit: https://blogs.uoregon.edu/ejrpl/
Wednesday, May 9th
6:30pm: Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples Lecture
Featuring Dr. Karletta Chief and Dr. Margaret Hiza-Redsteer
Many Nations Longhouse
Thursday, May 10th
Symposium: Justice Across Borders: Gender, Race, and Migration in the Americas — Our thematic line of inquiry this year: America, Bridge Between Oceans poses the following questions: What happens when we put the Atlantic world in conversation with the Pacific? What kind of art and cultural production emerges? Which stories of struggles for racial, economic, gender and environmental justice arise?