Arts & Sciences Events

October 15 - 21, 2018

Monday, October 15

Q&A: 2019 Internal Grants for Social Justice Research

Learn about the Cooperative Consortium for Transdisciplinary Social Justice Research grant-making process. Applications are due on November 19 for 2019...

Creative Writing Group

If you enjoy creative writing – or always wanted to give it a try - then the University Writing Center’s Creative Writing Group may be just the place for...

Tuesday, October 16

Career Workshop & Discussion Panel featuring WGST Alums

...PSST... there is an event that's happening tomorrow. It's a bring your own lunch affair. There will be door prizes. Women's & Gender Studies Department &...

Faculty and Graduate Student Writing Group

The University Writing Center organizes and facilitates a writing group for graduate students and faculty at UofL. The goal is to provide support, community,...

Wednesday, October 17

Journalism in the “disinformation” age: Exploring the frontiers of Internet policy and governance

This talk by UofL alumnus and media professional Michael J. Oghia will draw on nearly a decade of experience with media, conflict resolution, and Internet...

Thursday, October 18

You Can't Blockade Hope

Speaker Alicia Sevila Hidalgo, from the Martin Luther King Center in Cuba and Witness for Peace Southeast, lives and works in Matanzas, Cuba, as a pastor,...

Ohashi Awakens in a Brothel: Talk by Sensei Amala Wrightson

"'Ohashi Awakens in a Brothel' and Other Stories of Zen Women": Public talk by Sensei Amala Wrightson, Spiritual Director, Auckland (New Zealand) Zen...

25 "Reel Latin America" Film Festival: Delicate Balance

Introduction: Dr. Christine Ehrick, Department of History Centered around an extensive interview with Jose “Pepe” Mujica, the former President of Uruguay...

Friday, October 19

America’s Longest War: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward in Afghanistan

The Department of Political Science and the Louisville Committee on Foreign Relations present a talk with Omar Samad, CEO of Silkroad Consulting and former...

Second Annual Pumpkin Carving and Chili Cook-off

The Fall 2018 Event presented by GNAS is Friday, October 19th in the Red Barn from 12-4pm. There will be FREE pumpkins that you can carve and/or paint! Bring...

Eve Polley: "The Question of Race in Personalized Medicine: An Analysis of the (Mis)Use of Racial Categories in Pharmacogenomic Research"

Join the Discourse and Semiotics Workshop for a talk by Eve Polley, PhD Candidate in the Department of Comparative Humanities.

Mathematics Colloquium: Dr. Subhadip Pal, "A Bayesian Framework for Modeling Data on the Stiefel Manifold"

Dr. Subhadip Pal from the Department of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics at UofL will speak at the mathematics department colloquium. The abstract...

Sunday, October 21

25 "Reel Latin America" Film Festival: The Companion

Introduction: Dr. Thomas Edison, Department of Classical and Modern Languages Set in 1988 Cuba as the government dispatched HIV patients to AIDS centers...

A&S Yearlings Club Forum Series

"Social Media, Fake News and the Impact of Public Opinion" Terms such as "fake news", post-truth" and "alternative facts" will be forever associated with...

"One Day I’ll Rise” - Concert and Book Launch

Louisville artists 1200, Ben Sollee, Hannah Drake, and Daniel Martin Moore will perform poems written by girls in Louisville’s Youth Detention Services. The...

October 15 - 21, 2018

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