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Living in the Future's Past Film Screening

Please join us on Tuesday, March 3 at 2 pm in Room LL430/431 for the second free screening of "Living in the Future's Past."

More information on the film and the trailer.

Living in the Future's Past Film Screening

Two screenings! Mon, 3/2 @ 2 pm and Tues, 3/3 @ 2 pm in Room LL430/431.

Film Screening

Chris Mcgee Lecture

Thurs, 3/12 @ 4 pm in Room LL430/431.

Chris Mcgee Lecture

Carlos Lazcano Sahagun Lecture

Please join us on Tuesday, March 3 at 10 am in Room LL330 for a lecture by Carlos Lazcano Sahagun, "Sobre el nombre California." This lecture is sponsored by the Department of Spanish & Portuguese and the Library.

"Sobre el nombre California" - una exploracion historica sobre errores cartograficos e imposiciones politicas.

This event is free and open to all.

Opening of the Latinx Resource Center

Today @ 1:30 pm in LL160.

Latinx Resource Center

AIDS and the Distribution of Crises

Drawing on their investments in activism, media, anticolonialism, feminism, and queer and trans of color critiques, the panelists will outline the neoliberal logic of “crisis” structures and how AIDS is aesthetically, institutionally, and politically reproduced and experienced.

Transborder Student Ally Program lecture with Joaquín Vázquez

This lecture is hosted by the Transborder Student Ally Program (TSAP) at San Diego State University (SDSU).

Naomi Hamer Lecture

Today @ 4 pm in Room LL430.

Naomi Hamer Lecture

POSTPONED: Digital Humanities Annual Showcase + E-lit Competition

This year's Digital Humanities Showcase is postponed (date TBD), but we're still collecting project submissions to showcase in the near future!

CANCELLED: Digital Humanities Tools Workshop: Twitter

Twitter supplies a pipeline into what people are talking about, and how they talk about it. This workshop teaches you to search for and collect data from Twitter from your browser or with just a little bit of coding. We'll look at a few case studies, including mapping American dialects and investigating subtle gender biases in text, to see how these methods can be used to investigate questions within the Digital Humanities.

Digital Humanities Center - LA 61 (Bottom of Library Dome)