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Nov 30, 2021

Talk by Dr. Amelia Tseng as part of the "Linguistic Expression of Racial and Ethnic Identity" Speaker Series

Dr. Amelia Tseng, American University and Smithsonian, presents "'They talk just like an African American kid, and if you hear their Spanish, it's worse': Raciolinguistic ideologies in Latinx migration and multilingual repertoires" as part of the Speaker Series titled "The Linguistic Expression of Racial and Ethnic Identity"

4pm – 5:30pm   Friedman Auditorium

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Oct 29, 2021

José Capriles (Penn State) - "Mummified Macaws, Relational Wealth, and Interregional Interaction between the Atacama Desert and Amazonia in Precolumbian Times”

José Capriles (Penn State) will present "Mummified Macaws, Relational Wealth, and Interregional Interaction between the Atacama Desert and Amazonia in Precolumbian Times” as part of the Fall 2021 Anthropology Colloquium.

12pm – 1:30pm   Hybrid. All events in this series will be held from noon-1:30pm, and will be conducted hybrid or virtual - Hybrid events will take place at the Anthropology Department or otherwise noted.

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Oct 27, 2021

Book Launch: Andrea Flores, “The Succeeders: How Immigrant Youth Are Transforming What It Means to Belong in America”

Book Launch from Andrea Flores (Department of Education): The Succeeders: How Immigrant Youth Are Transforming What It Means to Belong in America.  Register to attend in person. Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center, Petteruti Lounge (Room 201), 75 Waterman Street, Providence RI 02912.  Register to attend virtuallyZoom link provided upon registration.

5pm – 6:15pm   Hybrid event: In-person and virtual attendance options are available. Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center, Petteruti Lounge (Room 201), 75 Waterman Street, Providence RI 02912. 

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Apr 6, 2021

Join CHOICES PROGRAM at Brown to explore the revised (Winter 2021) History, Revolution, and Reform: New Directions for Cuba curriculum unit.

How does Cuba’s history shape the country today? What do Cubans want for their future? Join us to explore the revised (Winter 2021) History, Revolution, and Reform: New Directions for Cuba curriculum unit. We’ll examine the newly revised lessons and readings, and experience an activity or two that use a variety of primary and secondary sources, data sets, images, and more. 

7pm – 8:15pm   Virtual

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