Breathing Hope, Again: Disease and Caregiving in Medieval ItalyNovember 19, 2020
Join UNO Medieval/Renaissance Studies in a virtual conversation with Maria Teresa Brolis, an independent scholar in medieval history; Nov. 19.
Mayan Language Revitalization and the Scientific Benefits of BilingualismNovember 16, 2020
Brandon Baird, Ph.D., will speak about his work on the revitalization of the Mayan K'ichee' language among contemporary Mayans living in Guatemala; Nov. 16.
Hostile Terrain 94: "Migration and Borders" Virtual Panel DiscussionNovember 05, 2020
The Office of Latino/Latin American Studies (OLLAS) will host a virtual panel discussion over "Migration and Borders"; Nov. 5.
Lightning Flowers: A Conversation with Author Katherine StandeferNovember 16, 2020
The UNO Medical Humanities program will host a moderated discussion with the author; Nov. 16.
Muslims, Violence, and Citizenship in AmericaNovember 12, 2020
Mucahit Bilici, Ph.D., associate professor of sociology at CUNY, discussed "Muslims, Violence, and Citizenship in America"; Nov. 12, 2020.
Anti-Racism and the English Curriculum: Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso SeaNovember 05, 2020
Join the UNO Department of English in a discussion of Jean Rhys’ novel, "Wide Sargasso Sea"; decolonizing the curriculum; and anti-racist pedagogical praxis; Nov. 5.
So What Did You Think of the Elections? A National Times Talk with StudentsNovember 11, 2020
Join faculty, staff, and students from across the country for an online national discussion to debrief and discuss the elections; Nov. 11.