Events

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“How Latino Voters Decide U.S. Elections”

Professor Geraldo Cadava, Northwestern University, History
Zoom | Contact moranamabel@gmail.com for Zoom information

Study Abroad Showcase

Overseas Programs is excited to offer an event for Danforth Campus students to learn more about available study abroad opportunities on December 4th, 12:00-2:00 pm (CT)
| *This event is open to all undergraduate students

Myths of the Orient: Deconstructing the European Vision of the Middle East

Eve Rosekind, PhD student in the Department of Art history & Archaeology, Washington University - New Perspectives Talk
Virtual - RSVP

‘Jewish American Writing and World Literature: Maybe to Millions, Maybe to Nobody’

HUMANITIES BROADCAST - Saul Zaritt, former WUSTL Friedman Fellow, will discuss his book with Erin McGlothlin (Washington University) and Nancy Berg (Washington University)
Virtual

International Writers Series: Katja Perat

HUMANITIES BROADCAST - Katja Perat, PhD student in comparative literature and member of the International Writers Track, will present her new novel “The Masochist” (translated from the Slovenian by Michael Biggins) in a virtual reading and discussion with Lynne Tatlock, director of the Program in Comparative Literature, Washington University.
Virtual - RSVP

SIR Town Hall:

Global Perspectives on Policing Amidst Civil Unrest