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Liberal Arts Fair, September 21, 2017

The School of Liberal Arts invites you to participate in the Fall 2017 Academic Fair Thursday, September 21st 2017 in the Campus Center Atrium!  This is a wonderful opportunity to meet undergraduate and graduate students from across the campus at IUPUI.  The School of Liberal Arts has approximately 2,000 students seeking an undergraduate degree with an astounding 20,000 students enrolled in our classes this fall. 

 

Come join us for Longs Donuts, we’re a PokeStop in the Student Center Atrium by the wooden sculpture. In this networking event, you will:

 

-         Meet new friends, colleagues, and classmates

-         See what course opportunities are available for the second 8-weeks and Spring

-         Talk to professors in your discipline

-         Learn about Scholarship Opportunities

-         Identify careers, potential internships, and research opportunities

-         Tell us potential courses you would like to see taught

Location: Campus Center

September 21, 2017 | 11:30 AM to 02:00 PM

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The Rufus and Louise Reiberg Reading Series presents poet Maggie Smith, October 11, 2017

Maggie Smith is the author of three books of poetry: Good Bones (Fall 2017); The Well Speaks of Its Own Poison, winner of the Dorset Prize and the 2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards Gold Medal in Poetry; and Lamp of the Body, winner of the Benjamin Saltman Award. She is also the author of three prizewinning chapbooks. Smith’s poems have appeared in the many other journals and anthologies. Her poem “Good Bones” went viral internationally and was called the “Official Poem of 2016” by the BBC/Public Radio International. In April 2017 “Good Bones” was featured on the CBS primetime drama Madam Secretary, and to date the poem has been translated into nearly a dozen languages. Smith is the recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Ohio Arts Council, and the Sustainable Arts Foundation, among others.

Location: University Library Lilly Auditorium

October 11, 2017 | 07:30 PM to 08:30 PM

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Liberal Arts Talks presents Paul Mullins: "Invisible Indianapolis: Heritage and Memory in the Circle City, October 12, 2017

Professor Paul Mullins (Anthropology) presents "Invisible Indianapolis: Heritage and Memory in the Circle City."
 

Travel through an “invisible” Indianapolis and learn how the histories of immigrant communities, red light districts, incarceration, and urban displacement illuminate life in the cities’ contemporary and historical memory.

" Invisible Indianapolis: Heritage and Memory in the Circle City." Travel through an “invisible” Indianapolis and learn how the histories of immigrant communities, red light districts, incarceration, and urban displacement illuminate life in the cities’ contemporary and historical memory.

Location: Campus Center, CE 305

October 12, 2017 | 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM

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Liberal Arts Talks presents Daniela Shuvaks-Katz: “It’s all in the Cloud¬†Now: Lessons Learned in Creating an Online Writing Course for Spanish Heritage Speakers" ¬†, October 19, 2017

Barbara D. Jackson Lecture in Anthropology, November 9, 2017

Liberal Arts Talks presents Estela Ene: "Let’s Chat: Best Practices in Teacher Electronic Feedback" , November 16, 2017

The Rufus and Louise Reiberg Reading Series presents Poet & Essayist, Hanif Abdurraqib, November 16, 2017

Liberal Arts Talks presents Jeanette Dickerson-Putman: "One Anthropologist's Journey in Western Kenya", December 1, 2017

Liberal Arts Talks presents Robert Aponte: "Sixteen Bullets: The Laquan McDonald Tragedy and the Police Code of Silence", February 8, 2018

29th Joseph T. Taylor Symposium, February 15, 2018

Liberal Arts Talks presents Gail Bennett: "Ah Ha! Second-level Writing Helps Students Overcome Writing Barriers", March 1, 2018

Liberal Arts Talks presents Terry Kirts: "The Chowder Diaries: Immersion Memoir Writing and the Communal Foods of Southeastern Illinois", March 2, 2018

Liberal Arts Talks presents Didier Bertrand: "From Albert Camus to Kamel Daoud: The Meursault Investigation Controversy", March 23, 2018

The Celebration of Scholarship, April 21, 2018