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Global Outreach During the Pandemic - Special Event (Virtual)
Ut Prosim Beyond Boundaries: Global Outreach During the Pandemic is an exhibition curated by D Sweta Baniya, Laura Gautier, and Scott Fralin... more
8:30am Symposium on Mass Incarceration, Communities and Families (Virtual Seminar/Confrence) - Seminar/Conference (Virtual)
Join the Department of Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) at Virginia Tech on Friday, April 16, 2021, from 8:30am to 4:30 pm virtua... more
8:30am Body Politics: Online Women and Gender Studies Annual Conference - Seminar/Conference (https://virginiatech.zoom.us/j/89794743934?pwd=aGxDQnhJWHJEbHNDKzZJSmhpeVU1QT09)
Join us to hear essays on Body Politics by both Graduate and Undergraduate students. Essays on working bodies, bodies that move, (im)possibl... more
10:00am Moss Arts Center exhibition: Unbearable Beauty - Arts (Moss Arts Center)
Expansive in theme and panoramic in scope, this exhibition presents works of art that are visually engaging, impactful, and even beautiful, ... more
12:00pm The demise of the left and growth of rightwing populism in Europe - Academic (Zoom)
This joint event between CEUTTSS and the Atlantic Council discusses the patterns between neoliberal economic policies, decreased support for... more
1:00pm STS Seminar - Seminar/Conference
Diana Montano (Washington University) "Brincadores & Ladrones: Electricity and Everyday Life in Mexico City, 1901-1918."










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