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Miracles of Rare Device: Treasures of IUPUI's Center for Ray Bradbury Studies

5:00 pm Reception, Campus Center Atrium, First Floor 6:00 pm Lecture, Campus Center Cultural Arts Gallery, CE 148, Jonathan R. Eller RSVP to August 27 reception: rcondon@iupui.edu An exhibit (August 3-28, 2015) featuring Ray Bradbury’s personal artifacts and rare mementos,and art and illustrations from books and motion picture adaptations. The one-of-a-kind display debuts items that were gifted to the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies in 2013 by the Bradbury Estate and Donn Albright, Mr. Bradbury’s close friend and bibliographer. Jonathan R. Eller, Chancellor’s Professor of English and Director of the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies, met Ray Bradbury in 1989 and eventually developed a working relationship with him that lasted until Bradbury’s death in June 2012. Eller is the author of several books including Becoming Ray Bradbury (2011) and Ray Bradbury Unbound (2014). Presented by the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies, IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, Indiana Historical Society, Center for Digital Scholarship, and IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute.

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IUPUI Regatta: A Canoe Race on the Downtown Canal

Join us for the 7th Annual IUPUI Regatta: A Canoe Race on the Downtown Canal! Details to follow.

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Revealing Textbook Writers' Perspectives

The Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker Series Revealing Textbook Writers' Perspectives Jing Wang, World Languages and Cultures Well-written textbooks are language instructors’ best friends; yet poorly-prepared ones can burden instructors.This study interviews textbook writers to examine popular beginning and intermediate Chinese language textbooks used in the U.S. Study results reveal theoretical frameworks used by the textbook writers and consequently provide key information on textbook selection and language instruction--in Chinese and beyond. RSVP: libarsvp@iupui.edu withJing Wang talkin the subject line Presented by the IU School of Liberal Arts and the Office of Development and External Affairs

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Fall Break

Fall Break.October 19-20th(Weekend classes October 17-18thcontinue to meet).

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Fall Break

Fall Break.October 19-20th(Weekend classes October 17-18thcontinue to meet).

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The Invention of Madeleine Hachard and other Discoveries about the 1727 Ursuline Mission to New Orleans

The Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker Series The Invention of Madeleine Hachard and other Discoveries about the 1727 Ursuline Mission to New Orleans Daniella Kostroun, History Madeleine Hachard is considered Louisiana's first female author, but the writings attributed to her are forgeries. Learn about the discovery of evidence documenting the fraud behind Hachard's alleged writings as well as new insights about the pioneering Ursulines once we move beyond the "myth" of Hachard. RSVP: libarsvp@iupui.edu withDaniella Kostroun talkin the subject line Presented by the IU School of Liberal Arts and the Office of Development and External Affairs

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Religious Freedom and the Politics of Public Accommodations

The Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker Series Religious Freedom and the Politics of Public Accommodations David Craig, Religious Studies Given the controversy around Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act, how should we think about corporate religious freedom and public accommodations? Shifting the focus from individuals' religious beliefs to organizations' mission integrity may create more common ground. RSVP: libarsvp@iupui.edu withDavid Craig talkin the subject line Presented by the IU School of Liberal Arts and the Office of Development and External Affairs

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Last Day of Regular Class Meetings-Fall 2015

Classes End. Finals begin Tuesday,December 15, 2015.

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Finals Begin-Fall 2015

Finals begin and run through December 18, 2015 for weekday classes.

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Finals End-Fall 2015

Last day of finals for weekday classes.

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War and Human Capital: Growing Up During the Nigerian Civil War

The Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker Series War and Human Capital: Growing Up During the Nigerian Civil War Una Osili, Africana Studies Civil conflict is an obstacle to development in the developing world. The Nigerian Civil War was the first modern civil war in sub Saharan Africa. Four decades later, this study documents the war's significant, long-run economic impact. Those exposed to the war as children and adolescents exhibit reduced adult stature, as well as adverse education, health, and marriage outcomes. RSVP: libarsvp@iupui.edu withUna Osili talkin the subject line Presented by the IU School of Liberal Arts and the Office of Development and External Affairs

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A Dramatic Difference! Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Drama with Online Tools

The Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker Series A Dramatic Difference! Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Drama with Online Tools Brian McDonald, English Canvas, IUPUI’s new online teaching and learning environment, has user-friendly features that enhance faculty opportunities and student experiences. How can these capabilities be used to develop assignments that integrate both the textual and performative aspects of dramatic literature? RSVP: libarsvp@iupui.edu withBrian McDonald talkin the subject line Presented by the IU School of Liberal Arts and the Office of Development and External Affairs

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27th Annual Joseph T. Taylor Symposium

Details forthcoming. The Joseph Taylor Symposium Dr. Joseph T. Taylor served as a Professor of Sociology from 1965 to 1983 and as first Dean of the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI from 1967-1978. Dr. Taylor is remembered for his commitment to dialogue and diversity. The Joseph T. Taylor Symposium honors Dr. Taylor for his many contributions to the University and to the community by hosting informed discussion on issues of concern in urban America. The 25th Annual Joseph T. Taylor Symposium is offered in celebration of all Dr. Taylor stood for during his lifetime and stands as a lasting legacy to his vision and life work. Presented by the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI and the Department of Sociology

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What Happens When Physicians Work Together?

The Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker Series What Happens When Physicians Work Together? Anne Royalty, Economics Multispecialty physician practices are increasingly common. These integrated settings may make it easier to coordinate patient care for patients seeing more than one doctor in the practice. Do practices that include general practitioners and specialists improve health outcomes or eliminate wasteful spending? RSVP: libarsvp@iupui.edu withAnne Royalty talkin the subject line Presented by the IU School of Liberal Arts and the Office of Development and External Affairs

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Archaeological Institute of America Lecture

Dr. Daniele Maras holds his degrees from "La Sapienza" University of Rome, and specializes in Classical archaeology, Etruscology, Classical religion and mythology, Latin and Pre-Roman epigraphy, and ancient art history. He has received various awards for his work, including being named a Corresponding Member of the Pontificia Accademia Romana di Archeologia and Member of the Societandagrave; Italiana di Storia delle Religioni. He will present a lecture entitled: "Masters of Prophecy: Religion, Identity, and the Fate of the Etruscans in the context of Roman Italy."

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A Celebration of Scholarship: The Liberal Arts Honors Convocation 2016

A Celebration of Scholarship: The Liberal Arts Honors Convocation During the celebration, the School of Liberal Arts gives its most prestigious named scholarships and awards and honors its extraordinary students. Student Recipient Registration at 2:15 p.m. General Registration and Reception at 2:30 p.m. Program begins promptly at 3:00 p.m. Presented by the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI

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