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November 29, 2016

Against Everything

Mark Greif is a founding editor of the journal n+1 and the author of the new essay collection Against Everything. His essays tackle subjects ranging from the figure of the hipster to the sociology of punk, hip-hop, and rock music to Occupy Wall Street to the meaning of life. Greif will read from his new […]

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November 14, 2016

Intl Education Week Kick Off event

Join us for our IEW kick-off event for an evening of music, food and fun! In celebration of youth empowerment through international education, there will be a range of activities to partake in, as well as a selection of treats from all corners of the world. All are welcome! This event is presented by the International […]

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November 9, 2016

From Standing Rock to Oaxaca: Six Women in Struggles for Turtle Island

In recent days, more youth from the teacher-training school in Ayotzinapa have been killed, and more protesters at Standing Rock attacked, among them, one of the speakers. Mexico’s genocide counts 150,000 dead in the past eight years. In North America, yesterday, the same forces of destruction that set attack dogs on pregnant women and children, […]

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November 8, 2016

Olive Curing Workshop

Do you love everything related to olives?! Interested in craft foods or traditional and salt curing methods? Bring your coffee or tea and join us in Margaret Fowler Garden to learn how to cure and brine olives; bring your own jar and/or cheesecloth and colander to take your project home!!! What better way to spend […]

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November 1, 2016

Summer Archaeology Program Information Session

Come learn about summer program of the Tel Akko archaeological excavations (July 16-August 12, 2017). The program offers a traditional field school along with instruction and programs in conservation and heritage studies. We will meet on Tuesday, November 15 beginning at 4:15 in the CMC Athenaeum. Refreshments will be served. If you cannot attend the […]

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October 27, 2016

Madame Queen of Policy: Stephanie St. Clair, Harlem’s Numbers Racket and Community Advocacy

LaShawn Harris’s talk places the Harlem numbers banker Madame Stephanie St. Clair at the center of one of New York’s most popular underground amusements: the numbers game. An examination of St. Clair complicates masculine representations of Harlem’s numbers enterprise and disrupts the view that urban black women did not figure prominently in the city’s gambling […]

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A Conversation with Wendy Martin And Sharone Williams

Wendy Martin is Professor of American Literature and American Studies at Claremont Graduate University, and the author of numerous books, edited collections, essays and reviews about American women writers and other topics in American literature and culture. Sharone Carmona Williams has a Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate University in American Studies and is managing editor of […]

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November Contra Dance

You can think of contra as the ball from Pride and Prejudice infused with the energy of an Appalachian square dance. It’s a centuries-old form of partnered folk dance that is social, accessible, and incredibly fun—essentially, it’s making new friends and being active, set to live music. No prior experience or partner needed. Trader Joe’s […]

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October 24, 2016

Cheran, Michoacan, Covening with Indigenous Purepecha Community

In 2011, after years of corruption and violence, the community in Cherán rebelled against NARCOTRAFFICKERS that were robbing their resources and killing them. In a display of popular unity, the residents blocked the entrances to the town, removed the military forces & the municipal police, and expelled the criminal organizations from their community. In 2014, […]

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State of the EU Address

The EU Center holds a long-lasting tradition of presenting a biannual “State of the European Union.” This year’s panel discussion with Claremont faculty will address current events as well as future possibilities within the EU. This event is free and open to the public. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please feel free to […]

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