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Author Nathaniel Rich will be in conversation with WWNO Coastal Desk reporter Tegan Wendland about his new book, "Losing Earth: A Recent History".

By 1979, we knew nearly everything we understand today about climate change—including how to stop it. Over the next decade, a handful of scientists, politicians, and strategists, led by two unlikely heroes, risked their careers in a desperate, escalating campaign to convince the world to act before it was too late. Losing Earth is their story, and ours.

Andrew S. Curran

William Armstrong Professor of the Humanities

Wesleyan University

Book Presentation:

“Diderot and the Art of Thinking Freely”

Friday, April 5, 2019, 12:00 noon

Greenleaf Conference Room, Jones Hall, Room 100A

Sponsors:

School of Liberal Arts Center for Scholars

Kathryn B. Gore Chair in French Studies

Department of Spanish and Portuguese

Stone Center for Latin American Studies

The Latin American Library presents…

My Own Private El Dorado: The Strange History of a South American Legend

An Exhibition Gallery Talk by

Kris Lane

France V. Scholes Professor of Colonial Latin American History

Tuesday, March 26

3-4 p.m.

M.A.R.I. is happy to announce the fourth talk of the 2018-19 Brown Bag talk series.

Dr. Shefa Siegel, Pearson College of the Pacific, presents his research titled:

THE SACRED CAVITY OF THE WORLD  Cultural Survival in the Age of Extreme Mining

12:00 pm  Friday, March 22 Rm. 305, Dinwiddie Hall

See you on Friday and remember to bring your lunch!

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You are invited to Tulane' s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine's Spring 2019 Health, Racism, & Communication Seminar Series. These in-person trainings focus on communication skills, specifically for community organizers, neighborhood groups, and public health students, professionals, faculty and researchers.

You are invited to Tulane' s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine's Spring 2019 Health, Racism, & Communication Seminar Series. These in-person trainings focus on communication skills, specifically for community organizers, neighborhood groups, and public health students, professionals, faculty and researchers.

You are invited to Tulane' s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine's Spring 2019 Health, Racism, & Communication Seminar Series. These in-person trainings focus on communication skills, specifically for community organizers, neighborhood groups, and public health students, professionals, faculty and researchers.

Diana Schaub is Professor of Political Science at Loyola University of Maryland. Following her undergraduate studies at Kenyon College, Prof. Schaub received her MA and PhD from the University of Chicago. Her teaching and writing are concerned with issues in political philosophy and American political thought. In 2018, she served as Visiting Professor of Political Theory in the Government Department at Harvard. She is a contributing editor of The New Atlantis and on the publication committee of National Affairs.

Tulane Cancer Center Invited Speaker Series

                presents

Novel Insights into the Canonical and Non-canonical Role of Adrenal Androgens in Prostate Cancer

Elahe Mostaghel, MD, PhD Clinician Investigator, VA Puget Sound Health Care System Associate Professor, University of Washington Associate Member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

M.A.R.I. is happy to announce the third talk of the 2018-19 Brown Bag talk series.

Caroline A. Parris, M.A.R.I. Collections Manager and Anthropology Tulane grad student, presents part of her dissertation research titled:

Feast or No Feast? A Comparative Analysis of Maya Ceramic Assemblages

12:00 pm  Friday, March 15 Rm. 305, Dinwiddie Hall

See you on Friday and remember to bring your lunch!

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