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When Consipicuous Consumption Isnt't Cool: Women and Consumer Culture in Cuba

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Bringing It All Home: North State Strong with Dave Schlom

Dave Schlom North State Public Radio Host, Blue Dot Dave Schlom of North State Public Radio hosts a panel of four wildfire survivors that currently reside, or once resided, in Redding, Chico, and…

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Teaching Modern German History in the Age of Trump

Dr. Laird Easton History Department CSU, Chico Dr. Laird Easton, who has taught modern German history at Chico State for more than 25 years, examines the parallels and differences between the Trump…

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What Scientists Think About Religion and Religious People

Elaine Howard Ecklund, PhD Professor of Sociology at Rice University Director, Religion and Public Life Herbert S. Autrey Chair in Social Sciences Dr. Elaine Howard Ecklund’s presentation…

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Is Mexico's Democratic Consolidation Back on Track?

Dr. Stephen Lewis History Department CSU, ChicoHow does Mexico’s history, political parties, and corruption affect its government and people? Stephen Lewis explores the major elections and the…

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Hidden In Plain Sight: American Indians and the American Master Narrative

American Indians are often left out of the traditional American Narrative. Lisa Emmerich reveals the covering up of the dark history between Native Americans and Europeans. The lack of basic rights…

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Representations of Female Homosexuality in Middle Eastern Contemporary Literature: Strategies and Critics

Zayer Baazaoui Ph.D. candidate in Literary, Cultural and Linguistic Studies University of Miami, Florida Zayer Baazaoui explains the connection between the development of society and the development…

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Uncertain Status: Migrant Labor in Morocco and Spain

Migration, the movement of people to a new area or country in order to find work or better living conditions. Much of this process is overlooked or ignored in our society, however Alexander Ryll…

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Auto-Orientalism and Trauma

Alexandre Dorriz BA University of California Berkeley MFA Candidate University of Southern California Alexandre Dorriz revisits Edward Said’s definitions around latent Orientalism and imagines…

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Gateway Science Museum - Museum Without Walls October 17th 2018

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EDX CHICO - Complete Event

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Chico State Master's Commencement - May 19, 2016 7-30pm

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Mexico's Faltering Democratic Transition

Dr. Stephen Lewis History Department CSU, Chico For 71 years, starting in 1929, Mexico was ruled by one political party, Partido Revoluncionario Institucional (PRI). As Dr. Stephen Lewis explains,…

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Emerging Adults on Religion and Science

Dr. Greg Cootsona Faculty, CSU, Chico Comparative Religion and Humanities Department Dr. Greg Cootsona shares his research on young people age 18-30, called “Science for Students &…

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How to Write (or Start Thinking About) a Thesis or Project

Carson Medley Thesis Advisor, CSU, Chico Graduate Studies This workshop introduces students to the culminating activity of their graduate education – the thesis or project. Carson discusses…

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From Hull-House to Hip-Hop: On the Fierce Urgency of Play in Social Movements

Lisa Yun Lee Faculty, Director of the School of Art and Art History, Faculty, University of Illinois at Chicago The first image Lisa Yun Lee shows her audience is a photo of Rev. Martin Luther…

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