The Historical Studies Society, the Department of Women and Gender Studies, and the Equity and Diversity Office presents "Panel Discussion: What Good is Feminism Today?". This talk will be feauturing Dr. Simalchik, Dr. Bain, Dr.
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PRANDIUM Lunch Seminar - Wednesday March 22nd, 2017.
This time we have Mourad Laabdi discussing - "Non-Muslims in Muslim Dietary Laws: Halal Meat Debate in Twelfth-Century Cordoba".
"Worlding South Asia Beyond Borders", sponsored by CSAC is taking place on Friday March 10th at the David Campbell Conference Facility.