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Disability Studies Reading Group

We welcome anyone curious about disability studies, interested in exploring how it relates to their fields, or discussing how disability is shaped by race, class, gender, and sexuality. No knowledge of the field is required!

Thanksgiving Break

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Migratory Monsters: The Body and Horror

Migratory Monsters is a series of conversations facilitated by Dr. Annie Isabel Fukushima and Dr. Dalida Maria Benfield.

Migratory Monsters

Migratory Monsters is a series of conversations facilitated by Dr. Annie Isabel Fukushima and Dr. Dalida Maria Benfield.

Reading Day

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Finals

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Winter Break

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salt 15 Artist In Conversation: Horacio Rodriguez

Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium 410 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah

Rodriguez, a Salt Lake City-based artist, considers the ancient ceramics in the UMFA’s Mesoamerican collection as he investigates the immigration of people and things—past and present—across the U.S.-Mexico border. Gather your thoughts and questions, and join us on Friday, January 21 at 6 pm at Artist in Conversation, where Rodriguez will discuss his work, process, and the themes his art explores.

Intersectionality Here & Now

It has been 33 years since Kimberlé Crenshaw first introduced “intersectionality” as a necessary analytic to understand the imbrications—the intersecting impacts—of race, gender, and sexuality.  And it could be argued […]