Talk Events

March 4 - 10, 2019

Monday, March 4

CCHS Symposium on Intersections, Transgressions and Boundaries

Second Annual CCHS Faculty Fellows Symposium with with the generous support of the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies. In Bingham Humanities...

Annual Minx Auerbach Lecture featuring Cherrie Moraga

Cherrie Moraga is a co-editor of This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color, republished in a new edition in 2015. She is a political...

UofL, Let's Talk DD or DUI?

Spring break is right around the corner and we know what that means.... FUN, FUN, FUN. But that's not the only thing that comes around during the break....

Tuesday, March 5

CCHS Symposium on Intersections, Transgressions and Boundaries

Second Annual CCHS Faculty Fellows Symposium with with the generous support of the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies. In Bingham Humanities...

Law School Dean's Forum: The Pragmatism of Interpretation

Judge Amul Thapar, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and Ben Beaton, partner at Squire Patton Boggs, will discuss "The Pragmatism of...

CRAFT Seminar Series

Rachael Gerlach, Ph.D. of Worldmeds, presents her talk titled, " Making an Impact Beyond Academia"

UofL Phi Beta Kappa Lecture

Arts & Sciences Dean Kimberly Kempf-Leonard cordially invites you to the 2018-19 Phi Beta Kappa Lecture featuring UofL President Neeli Bendapudi speaking on...

Wednesday, March 6

Careers in the U.S. Foreign Service

Join Ambassador James Zumwalt for an informal talk for any students interested in careers in the U.S. Foreign Service. Ambassador Zumwalt was the United...

"Underpinning Peace and Prosperity: U.S. and Japanese Perspectives on U.S.-Japan Relations”

Dr. Satu Limaye and Dr. Toshihiro Nakayama will speak about the importance of the United States to Japan’s interests, the evolving Japanese perspectives on...

Bitcoin & Regulation: Can they coexist?

The popularity of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has brought about increasing government regulation. Is this regulation necessary? Bitcoin experts Naomi...

Amplify UofL 2019

Join us in the Chao Auditorium Wednesday, March 6 for Amplify UofL. Individuals from various backgrounds will speak about their passions and interests...

Reading Kanafani in Kentucky

Reading Kanafani in Kentucky invites Louisvillians to participate in a public conversation about the loss of home, involuntary relocation, belonging, and the...

Thursday, March 7

UofL Department of Medicine Grand Rounds

This lecture series is designed to meet the continuing medical educational needs of the University of Louisville medical faculty as well as trainees...

Economics & Politics 101 for KY High School Students

A four-hour program examining the interaction between economic and political institutions. Lunch provided. Bus funds available. Led by James R. Harrigan and...

UofL Engaged Scholarship Symposium

The Engaged Scholarship Symposium is a chance for faculty to network and share with the university community how they are engaged in teaching and research...

Meet the Professor - Professor Laura Moyer “Judges Who Look like America: President Obama’s Appointments to the Federal Judiciary"

President Obama was unmatched by any previous president in his successful efforts to diversify the lower federal courts, the workhorses of the federal...

2019 Benefit Dinner for the UofL Depression Center

DR. RICHARD KOGAN, PSYCHIATRIST, CONCERT PIANIST, AND MASTER STORYTELLER, TO PERFORM AT DEPRESSION CENTER BENEFIT DINNER At the University of Louisville...

Nora Iasigi Bullitt Memorial Lecture: Ernesto Burgos

Ernesto Burgos is an artist living and working in New York. His work manifests a tension between painting and sculpture with an immediacy of gesture that...

Sunday, March 10

Louisville's Street Railways

Martin E. Biemer will discuss his new book, Louisville Street Railways and How They Shaped the City’s Growth. Biemer began research on this book many years...

A&S Yearlings Club Forum Series, Women's History Month Program

"#BlackGirlMagic Political Activism". The November, 2018 elections saw a record number of African American women elected to Congress. Kentucky also...

March 4 - 10, 2019

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