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2021 IUPUI Last Lecture – Lessons for Life from a Lifetime of Learning Featuring Erv Boschmann

This year's Last Lecture was given by Erv Boschmann, professor emeritus of chemistry in the School of Science and former associate dean of faculties at IUPUI."Others have helped me, taught…

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IUPUI Last Lecture - 2020

Co-sponsors: Office of Academic Affairs, IUPUI Senior Academy, IU Foundation Presenter: Florence Wagman RoismanThe Last Lecture Series offers the university community the opportunity to hear…

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Jesse Wegman (2020 Sep. 17) A New Engine for a New Age: Birch Bayh, the Electoral College and the Push for a National Popular Vote

Birch Bayh Lecture Series

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Charles Ives: American Art Song Patriarch

M432 Song Literature II Lecture

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Patten Lecture: Imani Perry

Imani Perry is the Hughes-Rogers Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, where she also holds affiliations with law and public affairs, jazz studies, and gender and sexuality…

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Patten Lecture: Gene Robinson

Gene Robinson is Swanlund Chair, director of the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, and director of the Bee Research Facility at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He uses…

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Patten Lecture: Gene Robinson

Gene Robinson is Swanlund Chair, director of the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, and director of the Bee Research Facility at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He uses…

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Global Perspectives Series; Lecture 5 - Eric Weitz

Eric Weitz, Dean of Humanities & Arts and Professor of History at the City University of New York, presented Borderlands and Bloodlands: Rethinking the Mass Violence of the Twentieth Century in…

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Peebles Memorial Lecture - Paul Messina

Scientific computing has advanced dramatically during the last four decades, despite several upheavals in computer architectures. The evolution of high-end computers in the next decade will again…

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Patten lecture: Michael Burawoy

"Marxism Engages Bourdieu"Michael Burawoy, one of the world's leading sociologists and ethnographers of work, will present the final Indiana University Patten Lectures of the 2017-18…

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Patten Lecture Series: Michael Burawoy

"Universities in Crisis"Michael Burawoy, one of the world's leading sociologists and ethnographers of work, will present the final Indiana University Patten Lectures of the 2017-18…

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Patten lecture: Paul Muldoon

"Sadie and the Sadists: A Reading of New Poems and Song Lyrics"Paul Muldoon is a celebrated poet, professor of poetry, scholar, critic, arts activist, and translator. His work has received…

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Guest Lecture: Patrick Chamoiseau

Le Sens et les sens/Sense and the Senses: International Colloquium for 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone StudiesGoncourt prize-winning author Patrick Chamoiseau was born in Martinique and…

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Patten lecture: Michael Watts

"Forty Years After: Reflections on Food, Famine and Hunger in the West African Sahel"Michael Watts is the Class of 1963 Professor of Geography and Development Studies at the University of…

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Patten lecture: Michael Watts

"Forty Years After: Reflections on Food, Famine and Hunger in the West African Sahel"Michael Watts is the Class of 1963 Professor of Geography and Development Studies at the University of…

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Patten lecture: Franco Moretti

"Totentanz. Operationalizing Aby Warburg's Atlas of Images"A scholar with audiences both within and outside of the humanities, Franco Moretti is the Danily C. and Laura Louise Bell…

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Patten lecture: Franco Moretti

"Patterns and Interpretation"A scholar with audiences both within and outside of the humanities, Franco Moretti is the Danily C. and Laura Louise Bell Professor in the Humanities at…

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Patten lecture: Paul Slovic

"The Psychology of Risk"Paul Slovic a professor of psychology at the University of Oregon and the founder and president of Decision Research is an expert on human judgment, decision-making…

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Inaugural IU Poynter Chair Lecture by Roger Cohen

"False Equivalence: Is Media Balance a Trap in an Atypical Election?"Roger Cohen, an internationally acclaimed journalist and award-winning author, is the inaugural Indiana University…

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Muller Lecture: Nancy Wexler

Nancy Wexler, president of the Hereditary Disease Foundation and Higgins Professor of Neuropsychology in the Departments of Neurology and Psychiatry at Columbia University, is a leading geneticist…

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Patten lecture: James Scott

Thursday, March 10, 2016 “A Brief History of Flight from the State”James Scott is a leading scholar of political anthropology. Scott serves as the Sterling Professor of Political…

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Patten lecture: James Scott

Tuesday, March 8, 2016 "The Domestication of Fire, Plants, Animals and ... Us”James Scott is a leading scholar of political anthropology. Scott serves as the Sterling Professor of…

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Patten Lecture: Nancy Folbre: "The Political Economy of Patriarchal Systems"

"The Political Economy of Patriarchal Systems"Nancy Folbre is Professor Emerita of economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the new Director of the Political Economy…

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Patten Lecture: Nancy Folbre: "Monsters of the Economic: Inequality, Fear, and Loathing in America"

"Monsters of the Economic: Inequality, Fear, and Loathing in America"Nancy Folbre is Professor Emerita of economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the new Director of the…

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Tom Perez (2017 Oct. 24), The Lawyer's Duty: Social Justice, Racial Justice, Economic Justice

Birch Bayh Lecture Series

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