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20180919.183000Wed, Sep 19, 2018 @ 6:30pm
Kitchen Conversations: Palestine, Cooking & IdentityCenter for Middle Eastern StudiesSpeaker: Laila El-Haddad; Leyla Moushabeck
A talk and q&a with Leyla Moushabeck, editor of the "Immigrant Cookbook: Recipes That Make America Great," and Laila El-Haddad, author of Gaza Kitchen. A discussion about their journeys, inspirations for their cookbooks, and identity and human rights for specific communities.
Web Site
College Avenue Student Center
MPR:
126 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ
20180924.163000Mon, Sep 24, 2018 @ 4:30pm
Book Discussion: Reading and the Making of TimeCenter for Comparative European StudiesSpeaker: Christina Lupton
Christina Lupton, Professor of English and Comparative Literary Studies at Warwick University in England will visit Rutgers to discuss her new book, Reading and the Making of Time in Eighteenth Century Literature https://jhupbooks.press.jhu.edu/content/reading-and-making-time-eighteenth-century
Rutgers Academic Building (Ab)
6051:
15 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ
20180925.200000Tue, Sep 25, 2018 @ 8:00pm
Writers at Rutgers Reading Series: Tyehimba Jess | September 25th | 8PMDepartment of EnglishCome hear and see Pulitzer Prize winning poet Tyehimba Jess read his latest works at the Writers at Rutgers Reading Series on Sept. 25th at 8PM at the College Ave Student Center. Jess is the author of two books of poetry, Leadbelly and Olio.
Web Site
College Avenue Student Center
Multipurpose Room:
126 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ
20180927.193000Thu, Sep 27, 2018 @ 7:30pm
Living in English, Writing in Hebrew: A Conversation with Author Ruby Namdar Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish LifeSpeaker: Ruby Namdar
Acclaimed author Ruby Namdar will discuss his recent novel, "The Ruined House," winner of the Sapir Prize, Israel's most prestigious literary award. Namdar's first book, "Haviv," won the Ministry of Culture's Award for Best First Publication.
Web Site
Douglass Student Center
Trayes Hall:
100 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ
20181003.160000Wed, Oct 03, 2018 @ 4:00pm
Fossils and Dinosaurs Late Night at the MuseumRutgers University Geology MuseumTake a step back in time to discover the different types of dinosaurs and other creatures that inhabited Earth during the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras! Arts and crafts and educational activities will be set up around the Museum and people are welcome to come and go as they please.
Web Site
Geology Hall
2nd Floor:
85 Somerset Street, New Brunswick, NJ
20181008.113000Mon, Oct 08, 2018 @ 11:30am
Expletives Deleted: A Cultural History of Swearing and Abuse in South AsiaSouth Asian Studies ProgramA talk by A.R. Venkatachalapathy, Madras Institute of Development Studies. Lunch will be provided.
Web Site
Rutgers Academic Building (Ab)
AB 6051:
15 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ
20181008.160000Mon, Oct 08, 2018 @ 4:00pm
Talk: ’Funk Money:’ Decolonization and the Expansion of Tax Havens, 1950s-1960sCenter for Comparative European StudiesSpeaker: Vanessa Ogle
Vanessa Ogle, Professor of History at UC Berkeley will deliver a talk entitled: "’Funk Money:’ Decolonization and the Expansion of Tax Havens, 1950s-1960s"
Van Dyck Hall
301:
16 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ
20181009.193000Tue, Oct 09, 2018 @ 7:30pm
The War Refugee Board and America's Efforts to Save the Jews of Europe Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish LifeSpeaker: Dr. Rebecca Erbelding
Dr. Rebecca Erbelding, an archivist and curator at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, will discuss her new book, "Rescue Board: The Untold Story of America's Efforts to Save the Jews of Europe," which tells the story of the War Refugee Board.
Web Site
Douglass Student Center
Trayes Hall:
100 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ
20181015.163000Mon, Oct 15, 2018 @ 4:30pm
Nawabi Modernity: Hindustani Music, Muslims and Reform in Princely RampurSouth Asian Studies ProgramSpeaker: Razak Khan, Research Fellow, Center for Modern Indian Studies, Göttingen
A talk by Razak Khan, Research Fellow, Center for Modern Indian Studies, Göttingen
Web Site
Rutgers Academic Building (Ab)
AB 6051:
15 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ
20181029.160000Mon, Oct 29, 2018 @ 4:00pm
Talk: "Refugees and Integration History in an Enlarged Europe"Center for Comparative European StudiesSpeaker: Philipp Ther
Philipp Ther, Professor of History at the University of Vienna will deliver a talk entitled: "Refugees and Integration History in an Enlarged Europe"
Rutgers Academic Building (Ab)
6051:
15 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ
20181030.170000Tue, Oct 30, 2018 @ 5:00pm
Artist's Lecture and DiscussionCenter for Women in the Arts and HumanitiesExhibit Reception, Artist's Lecture and Discussion on the relationship between art and science with Judith K. Brodsky, 2018-19 Estelle Lebowitz Endowed Visiting Artist, and molecular biologist Professor Frances M. Brodsky, Director of Biosciences, University College London.
Web Site
Douglass Library
Mabel Smith Douglass Room:
8 Chapel Drive, New Brunswick, NJ
20181030.180000Tue, Oct 30, 2018 @ 6:00pm
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish LifeSpeaker: Multiple speakers throughout festival
The nineteenth annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival will be held at the AMC Loews New Brunswick 18 and the Princeton Garden Theatre, 160 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ. The festival brings award-winning, international films to New Jersey that explore many aspects of the Jewish experience.
Web Site
Off-Campus Locations
AMC Loews New Brunswick 18, 17 US Highway 1 South:
No Street Address, New Brunswick, NJ
20181105.193000Mon, Nov 05, 2018 @ 7:30pm
CWAH Annual Dance and Philosophy LectureCenter for Women in the Arts and HumanitiesLecture by Dr. Ann Cooper Albright titled, "Falling into Memory " with a reception and book signing to follow. A dancer and a scholar, Ann Cooper Albright Ph.D. is Professor and Chair of the Department of Dance at Oberlin College.
Web Site
Marryott Music Building, Stephanie Morris
Schare Recital Hall:
81 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ
20181107.160000Wed, Nov 07, 2018 @ 4:00pm
Minerals Late Night at the MuseumRutgers University Geology MuseumCome to the Geology Museum in your Superhero Halloween costume and learn about some powerful minerals! Arts and crafts and educational activities will be set up around the museum and people are welcome to come and go as they please. The event is free and open to visitors of all ages.
Web Site
Geology Hall
2nd Floor:
85 Somerset Street, New Brunswick, NJ
20181107.183000Wed, Nov 07, 2018 @ 6:30pm
Keynote Lecture: "Leaving the Borderlands . . . But for Where? 1968 and New Registers of Political Feeling: Trouble-Making, Futurity, Popular Breadth"Center for Comparative European StudiesSpeaker: Geoff Eley
Professor Geoff Eley of the University of Michigan will deliver a keynote lecture,"Leaving the Borderlands . . . But for Where? 1968 and New Registers of Political Feeling: Trouble-Making, Futurity, Popular Breadth" as part of the Social Movements After 1968 Conference. Reception to follow.
Rutgers Academic Building (Ab)
6051:
15 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ
20181108.100000Thu, Nov 08, 2018 @ 10:00am
Conference: Social Movements Since 1968: Germany, Europe, and Beyond"Center for Comparative European StudiesThis conference examines the remarkable efflorescence of grassroots politics and direct democratic action after ’68, reconsidering interpretations of political organization and leadership; the role of the global and the local; and the new forms and subjects of political action. Rutgers Academic Building (Ab)
6051:
15 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ
20181108.183000Thu, Nov 08, 2018 @ 6:30pm
Keynote Lecture: “New Social Movements and the Role of the Intellectual, 1970s to 2000s”Center for Comparative European StudiesSpeaker: Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey
Professor Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey of Bielefeld University (Germany) will deliver a keynote lecture titled, "New Social Movements and the Role of the Intellectual, 1970s to 2000s." This keynote is in connection with the larger conference, "Social Movements after 1968: Germany, Europe, and Beyond"
Rutgers Academic Building (Ab)
6051:
15 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ
20181109.090000Fri, Nov 09, 2018 @ 9:00am
Conference: Social Movements Since 1968: Germany, Europe, and Beyond"Center for Comparative European StudiesThis conference examines the remarkable efflorescence of grassroots politics and direct democratic action after ’68, reconsidering interpretations of political organization and leadership; the role of the global and the local; and the new forms and subjects of political action. Van Dyck Hall
301:
16 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ
20181205.160000Wed, Dec 05, 2018 @ 4:00pm
Volcanoes Late Night at the MuseumRutgers University Geology MuseumExplore some of the most explosive features on the planet! Demonstrations, arts and crafts and educational activities will be set up around the Museum and people are welcome to come and go as they please. The event is free and open to visitors of all ages!
Web Site
Geology Hall
2nd Floor:
85 Somerset Street, New Brunswick, NJ

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