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Friday, May 7
12:00 PM iCafé – Your Passport to Culture!
7:00 PM Sierra Club Sierra Talks: Indigenous Heritage in SoCal
Wednesday, May 12
4:00 PM Book Talk: Things We Lost to the Water
Thursday, May 13
4:00 PM Talk: the Fall and Rise of U.S.-China Policy Uncertainty
6:30 PM Talk: India in South Asia: Fraught Regional Relationships
Friday, May 14
12:00 PM iCafé – Your Passport to Culture!
8:00 PM Film: Moulin Rouge!
Sunday, May 16
4:00 PM Haydn Voyages: Music at the Maritime, Paths Converge

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10:00 AM Talk: Will the Real Salomé Please Stand Up? Salomé, the dancing girl who callously bargained for the beheading of John the Baptist, has captivatingly threaded her way through history in art, literature, and opera. This ancient femme fatale, the subject of Ella Ferris Pell's Salomé (1890) recently exhbited at the Timken, is fascinating to examine historically. Join Timken Docent and USD Professor of Biblical Studies Dr. Florence Gillman for virtual talks about the actual people who have inspired some of the Timken's masterpieces.

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Wednesday, April 14 - 10::00 AM to 11:00 AM
11:30 AM Virtual Diversity, Inclusion, & Social Justice Excellence Showcase 2021 Due to the University of San Diego's response to COVID 19, SOLES has decided to move this showcase to a virtual format!

As part of the University of San Diego's annual Research Week, SOLES’ Diversity, Inclusion, & Social Justice Excellence (DISJ) Showcase will happen on April 14, 2021! Join SOLES faculty and students across all departments as they present their research as it relates to our central themes of diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice.

Event Agenda

• Faculty Panel - 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
• Research Presentations - 12:30 to 2:30 PM
• Student Panel - 2:30 to 3:30 PM

Admission/Cost: FREE

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Wednesday, April 14 - 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM
5:00 PM Film: the Last Stage “The Last Stage” (“Ostatni etap”), directed by the Polish Auschwitz survivor Wanda Jakubowska, is often referred to as the mother of all Holocaust films. Released in 1948, “The Last Stage” is a pioneering work filmed in situ and featuring former prisoners. Not only a stunning work of historical reconstruction, the film is also a radical experiment in feminist cinema. the screening is introduced by Marek Haltof, a professor at Northern Michigan University. Haltof has published widely on the cultural histories of Central European and Australian film. His book “Screening Auschwitz” has received the Wadclaw Lednicki Humanities Award from the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America (PIASA). This event is only open to individuals residing in the United States.

Admission/Cost: FREE

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Wednesday, April 14 - 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
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