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Assembly Series

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Events

Wednesday, April 1

Many events canceled due to COVID-19
01 Apr

In an effort to curtail the spread of COVID-19 in the area, most events hosted by Arts & Sciences departments and programs have been canceled. Some events...

Wednesday, April 1 | 12:00 AM
 
CANCELED: 'What Has Been Asked of Architecture, 1800-1955'
01 Apr

The health and safety of our community and visitors is a top priority for the Sam Fox School and the Kemper Art Museum. Given recent guidance from the CDC on...

Wednesday, April 1 | 12:00 PM
'Guardians of the Body-Territory: A Public Symposium and Exhibit'
01 Apr

A transnational dialogue on toxic landscapes bringing women together from communities in Peru and Missouri struggling against industrial activities. Mirtha...

Wednesday, April 1 | 4:00 PM
CANCELED: 'Transnational Solidarity: Dockworkers and Liberation Struggles'
01 Apr

POSTPONED. Date to be determined. Peter Cole, professor of history at Western Illinois University, will present for the IAS X SIR Speaker Series. His...

Wednesday, April 1 | 4:00 PM
Physics Colloquium
01 Apr

Mark Srednicki, of University of California, Santa Barbara.

Wednesday, April 1 | 4:00 PM
CANCELED: 2020 Biggs Family Residency in Classics: 'Routine or Skill? Aristotle on Habituation in the Eudemian and Nicomachean Ethics'
01 Apr

The seminar will be preceeded by a reception at 3:30. Attendees should complete the reading for this seminar in advance, available for download here (or...

Wednesday, April 1 | 4:15 PM
Jesús Rafael Soto (Venezuelan, 1923–2005), Spirale (Spiral), 1955/1959. Screen printing on Plexiglas and painted plywood, 19 11/16 x 19 11/16 x 9 13/16 in. (50 x 50 x 25 cm). Published by Edition MAT, Paris. Kern Collection, Großmaischeid, Germany. © 2019 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris.
01 Apr

Alexander Alberro, Virginia Bloedel Wright professor of modern and contemporary art history at Barnard College, explores artistic practices in late 1950s and...

Wednesday, April 1