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The Mexican Revolution on the U.S. Border

Location:
Flowers Hall (FH); 230
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tammy Gonzales, 512.245.2224
Campus Sponsor:
The Center for the Study of the Southwest, with support from the Center for International Studies and the Department of History

The Center for the Study of the Southwest

presents

The Mexican Revolution on the U.S. Border
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 | Flowers Hall 230

Dr. Paul Hart serves as moderator for a special panel exploring the impact of the Mexican Revolution on U.S. immigrant and ethnic communities in the Southwest. Dr. Andrew Urban explores the plight of Chinese immigrants who worked for Gen. John Pershing’s Punitive Expedition, and Dr. Raúl Ramos examines the roles played by Americans of Mexican heritage in the civil war in their ancestral homeland.


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Book Talk by Andrés Reséndez on The Other Slavery: Indian Enslavement in North America

Location:
Flowers Hall (FH); Room 230
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tammy Gonzales, 512.245.2224
Campus Sponsor:
Office of Equity and Access, the Speaker’s Committee of the Department of History, and the Center for the Study of the Southwest

The Center for the Study of the Southwest

presents

Book Talk by Andrés Reséndez on The Other Slavery: Indian Enslavement in North America

Prof. Andrés Reséndez’s presentation argues that native enslavement and slave raids are central to the settlement and economic growth of North America. His book, The Other Slavery, is the first broad history of the long co-existence of Indian enslavement, depopulation, chattel slavery and abolition in the West from the 1500s to the 1900s. He traces Indian slavery under Spanish, Mexican and American authorities. Andrés Reséndez is Professor of History at the University of California, Davis, and the author of Changing National Identities at the Frontier: Texas and New Mexico, 1800-1850 and A Land So Strange: The Epic Journey of Cabeza de Vaca.


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At a Crossroads: The Study of the Southwest in the New Millenium

Location:
Brazos Hall (BRAZ)
Cost:
Free
Contact:
John Mckiernan-Gonzalez, 512.245.2142
Campus Sponsor:
Center for the Study of the Southwest, the Speaker’s Committee of the Department of History, and the Office of Equity and Access

The Center for the Study of the Southwest

presents

At a Crossroads: The Study of the Southwest in the New Millenium

A dialogue on politics, culture, migration, war, the state, and slavery: How can experiences in the Southwest illuminate our understanding of American history?

Panelists:
Andrés Reséndez, Professor of History, University of California Davis
Joaquín Rivaya Martínez, Associate Professor, Texas State University
John Mckiernan-Gonzalez, Associate Professor, Texas State University

Moderator
Jesús F. de la Teja, Regents’ Professor, Director of the Center for the Study of the Southwest, Texas State University

This dialogue among established borderlands studies scholars is sponsored by the Center for the Study of the Southwest, the Speaker’s Committee of the Department of History, and the Office of Equity and Access, Texas State University.

Photo by Russell Contreras, Sunland Park, NM

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Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
Commons Hall (COM)
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

February 13-16: Confronting the Rape Culture, a weeklong series of events with a mini-residency by Dr. Stephanie Gilmore. This list of events will be refined and may grow to include other opportunities for campus engagement.

February 13:

·  Stephanie Gilmore dinner with students, Commons Dining Hall, 5:00-6:15 pm.

·  Stephanie Gilmore, Interactive Presentation, Alkek Teaching Theater, 7:00-9:00 pm.



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Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
LBJ Student Center (LBJ); 3-9.1
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

February 13-16: Confronting the Rape Culture, a weeklong series of events with a mini-residency by Dr. Stephanie Gilmore. This list of events will be refined and may grow to include other opportunities for campus engagement.

February 14:

Stephanie Gilmore, open house with first-year students from Residential College and the Living Learning Communities. Time and place TBD.


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Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
LBJ Student Center (LBJ); 3-9.1
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

February 13-16: Confronting the Rape Culture, a weeklong series of events with a mini-residency by Dr. Stephanie Gilmore. This list of events will be refined and may grow to include other opportunities for campus engagement.

February 16:

Stephanie Gilmore, ODS Co-Sponsored Training Event — “Best Practices Regarding the Overlapping Issues Raised by Title IX, the Cleary Act, and FERPA,” LBJSC 3-9.1, 1:00-2:30 pm. CEU Credits Available.


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Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
McCoy Hall (MCOY); Room 233
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

February 13-16: Confronting the Rape Culture, a weeklong series of events with a mini-residency by Dr. Stephanie Gilmore. This list of events will be refined and may grow to include other opportunities for campus engagement.

February 16:

“Interrogating Sexual Violence on Campus: A Critical Conversation on Causes, Prevention, Remedies and the Intellectual Issues They Raise,” with Dr. Stephanie Gilmore, Dr. Jessica Pliley, a representative from the Hays County Women’s Center, and a representative of the student group #NotOnMyCampus, 3:30 pm in McCoy 233, to be followed by @JusticeTalkTXST TXST/SMTX Social Justice Happy Hour, Root Cellar Bakery, 5:00-7:00.



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Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
Off Campus; San Marcos Public Library
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

February 22 and 23: Sonjay Lal on Ghandian Nonviolence, Co-Sponsored by Interrogating Violence, the Philosophy Dialogues, and The Acorn: Philosophical Studies in Pacifism and Nonviolence (hosted at Texas State): February 22, 3:30 p.m., “Gandhian Nonviolence and Assumptions of Human Goodness” at the San Marcos Public Library;

February 23, 2:00 p.m. “Gandhian Nonviolence and Globalization” in Comal 116;  Details TBD, “Nonviolence and Classical Approaches to the Fear of Death.”


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Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
Comal (CMAL); Room 116
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

February 22 and 23: Sonjay Lal on Ghandian Nonviolence, Co-Sponsored by Interrogating Violence, the Philosophy Dialogues, and The Acorn: Philosophical Studies in Pacifism and Nonviolence (hosted at Texas State): February 22, 3:30 p.m., “Gandhian Nonviolence and Assumptions of Human Goodness” at the San Marcos Public Library;

February 23, 2:00 p.m. “Gandhian Nonviolence and Globalization” in Comal 116;  Details TBD, “Nonviolence and Classical Approaches to the Fear of Death.”


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Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
McCoy Hall (MCOY); Room 233
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

LGBTQIA Activism Past, Present, and Future, 3:30 pm in McCoy 233 (seats 146), to be followed by @JusticeTalkTXST TXST/SMTX Social Justice Happy Hour, Root Cellar Bakery, 5:00-7:00.

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Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
McCoy Hall (MCOY); Room 233
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

April 20: Space, Borders, and Power: Bobcats and the Global Community, 3:30 pm in McCoy 233 (seats 146), to be followed by @JusticeTalkTXST TXST/SMTX Social Justice Happy Hour, Root Cellar Bakery, 5:00-7:00.


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Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
Flowers Hall (FH); Room 230
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence, Philosophy Dialogues, The Acorn: Philosophical Studies in Pacifism and Nonviolence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

June 9, 16, and 23: Summer Social Justice Dialogues, Co-Sponsored by Interrogating Violence, the Philosophy Dialogues, and The Acorn: Philosophical Studies in Pacifism and Nonviolence. 8:00 am- 1:00 pm, Flowers Hall 230.


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Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
Flowers Hall (FH); Room 230
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence, Philosophy Dialogues, The Acorn: Philosophical Studies in Pacifism and Nonviolence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

June 9, 16, and 23: Summer Social Justice Dialogues, Co-Sponsored by Interrogating Violence, the Philosophy Dialogues, and The Acorn: Philosophical Studies in Pacifism and Nonviolence. 8:00 am- 1:00 pm, Flowers Hall 230.


more about event

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

Location:
Flowers Hall (FH); Room 230
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jeff Helgeson
Campus Sponsor:
Interrogating Violence, Philosophy Dialogues, The Acorn: Philosophical Studies in Pacifism and Nonviolence

Interrogating Violence Series: Critical Conversations

presents

June 9, 16, and 23: Summer Social Justice Dialogues, Co-Sponsored by Interrogating Violence, the Philosophy Dialogues, and The Acorn: Philosophical Studies in Pacifism and Nonviolence. 8:00 am- 1:00 pm, Flowers Hall 230.


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