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2014/2015 EVENTS CALENDAR
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Last Updated July 2, 2014


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FALL 2014
SEPTEMBER
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day
time
place
CAMPUS
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OCTOBER

Date
day
time
place
CAMPUS
flyer

NOVEMBER
November 20-23
Thursday-Sunday
JW Marriott Indianapolis Hotel
Indianapolis, Indiana

The African Studies Association will hold its 57th Annual Meeting, "Rethinking Violence, Reconstruction and Reconciliation."
SAVE THESE DATES
November 24-25

Monday-Tuesday

CAS, the Department of English, the Department of Women's and Gender Studies, and the Department of African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Languages and Literatures are organizing a 50th Anniversary Celebration of Chinua Achebe’s Arrow of God.
DECEMBER
Date
day
time
place
CAMPUS
flyer

SPRING 2015
JANUARY
SAVE THESE DATES
January 12-18

Senegal

The Department of African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Languages and Literatures is co-organizing with Harvard University's Department of Comparative Literature the inaugural session of the Institute of World Literature. For more information please contact AMESALL Professor E. Efe.
FEBRUARY
Date
day
time
venue
CAMPUS
flyer
MARCH
Women's History Month
March 27
Friday
8am-5pm (to be confirmed)
Alexander Library
4th Floor Teleconference Lecture Hall
COLLEGE AVENUE CAMPUS

CAS and the Department of History present the 9th Greater New York Area Africa Historians Annual Workshop. For more information please contact graduate student organizers Moyagaye Bedward and Taylor Moore. Special thanks to our African Studies librarian Melissa Gasparotto and Alexander Library for their support of this workshop.
APRIL
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time
venue
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