Campus & Multidisciplinary Engagement
Each year, the Department provides financial and in-kind support for a variety of cross-discipline and campus projects, initiatives, and events, that are of particular relevance and value for DURP students and faculty.
- Lecture, Robbie Barnett (Modern Tibetan Studies Program, Columbia University),
Imprinting the State on Architecture: The Question of "Nationality Characteristics" and Urban Modernization in Lhasa, CEAPS-CHAMP Conference: China, Borderlands & the Greater Mekong Region, II: Cultural Heritage, April 23, 2011
- Lecture, Cecilia Menjivar, "Latino Immigrant Lives: Reflections for Reform," 2 May 2011, 20th Annual Daniel S. Sanders Peace and Social Justice Lecture, School of Social Work
- Making History: Terence Ranger and African Studies Conference, 14-15 October 2010, Organized by the Department of History
- Symposium: Queering the Middle: Sexual Diasporas, Race, and a Queer Midwest, 14-15 October 2010, Organized by faculty in Anthropology, Asian American Studies, Gender and Women's Studies, English, and Latina/o Studies. Keynote: Gayatri Gopinath (NYU): "'Who's Your Daddy?': Queer Diasporic Reframings of the Region," 7 October 2010, 7pm, Spurlock auditorium (reception to follow). Panel presentations: 9am-6pm, 8 October 2010, Levis Faculty Center.
- Lecture, Nezar Al-Sayyad, "Consuming Heritage and the End of Tradition," 4 October 2010, 5 pm, Plym Auditorium (Temple Buell Hall), Organized by the Collaborative for Cultural Heritage and Museum Practices (CHAMP)
- Exhibit & campus visit: Allan deSouza: "The Farthest Point," Krannert Art Museum, with campus visit by Allan deSouza 12-15 October 2010.
- Public Lecture: Florian Zaniecki, "The Cosmpolitan Canopy," 6 May 2010, Organized by the Department of Sociology
- Diversity and Democracy Conference, 7 April 2010, Organized by the Center on Democracy in a Multiracial Society
- Lecture: Sasha Tsenkova, "Informality, Inequality and Transformation in the Post-Socialist City," Russian, East European and Eurasian Center (REEEC) New Directions Speaker Series, 1 April 2010, 4 pm, 101 ISB
- Jury, Great Places Awards for Place Design, Planning and Research, 24-27 February 2010, Organized by the School of Architecture
- Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration, 2010
- University YMCA Friday Forum Lecture Series, Spring 2010