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Older Events

Ruiz Poster

"Pieces from the Past: Contestation around Francoist Monuments in Modern-day Spain"

Carrie Ruiz, Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies, Department of Modern Languages
Friday, November 13; 12:00 PM, Baker Hall 255B (Swank Room)

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"Hijacking Controversy: Tales from the Front Lines of Tactical Media"

Richard Pell, Assistant Professor, School of Art, Carnegie Mellon
Paolo Pedercini, Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Art, Carnegie Mellon
Kathy Newman, Associate Professor, Department of English, Carnegie Mellon
Tuesday, October 27; 4:30 PM, Margaret Morrison 103 (Breed Hall)

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The Pittsburgh Eco-Drama Festival

Staged readings of four new award-winning plays about the environment and ecology
Friday, October 23 - Sunday, October 25

Power Promote Performance

G-20 Summit Events

Power, Protest, PerformanceLarry Bogad, Distinguished Lecturer in Performance and Politics & Associate Professor, University of California, Davis, Wendy Arons, Associate Professor od Drama, Carnegie Mellon, Richard Maddox, Professor of Anthropology and History, Carnegie Mellon
September 23; 4:30 PM, Margaret Morrison (Breed Hall)

COINTELSHOW: A Patriot Act -- an evening with Larry Bogad and Special Agent Christian White, hosted by Michael Chemers, Assistant Professor of Drama, Carnegie Mellon
September 26; The Waffle Shop

Greening Poster

Greening the Future of Live Performance

Katie, Gough, University of Glasgow
Tom Van Sant, creator of Geoshpere project
Theresa May, University of Oregon

March 26; 4:30 PM, Margaret Morrison (Breed Hall)

Brockman Poster

“The Eleventh Plenum and Film Controversy in East Germany”

Stephen Brockmann, Professor of German, Department of Modern Languages, Carnegie Mellon

Thursday, March 5, 2009, 12:00 Noon, Baker Hall 154R

Evans Poster

"Voices of Democracy: Citizenship and Public Art Millennium Park"

Fred Evans, Professor of Philosophy, Duquesne University

Wednesday, DECEMBER 10 at NOON in Baker Hall 255B