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December 1, 2021
Connect with the UW community every week through public events and exhibitions! Participate in concerts and lectures this week.
Many of these opportunities are streamed through Zoom. All UW faculty, staff, and students ZoomPro via UW-IT..
December 6th, 7:30 pm | Meany Hall
Birdwell, Music school Alumni and music ministers of the Mount Sion Baptist Church in Seattle lead a 100-voice evangelical choir with songs of praise, delight, and other traditional expressions of the gospel.
December 7th, 5pm | online
UW Alumni Book Club I’m currently reading Anthony Doerr’s “Cloud Cuckoo Land”. It’s a mix of three stories: the historic Constantinople, the current Idaho, and a character who has never been to Earth in the future. What connects them? A shared (albeit fictitious) classic story of Aethon.Join UW Classics Professor Chris Wald In a conversation about studying classics in 2021. How are these stories and cultures still related today? What is the reason for returning to these stories for generations?
There is no spoiler!It doesn’t have to be over Cloud cuckoo land Participate in this event.
Contemporary music ensemble
December 6th, 7:30 pm | Brekemin Auditorium
University of Washington Contemporary Music Ensemble (Christina Valdes, Director) Plays music by Louis Andriessen, Sylvano Bussotti, Pauline Oliveros, Frederic Rzewski and Julis Eastman.
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December 8th, 3:00 pm | online
join Department of History For the latest panel in the sports history series, Dr. Alyssa Herrun.. Our panelists will discuss the history of gender equality, sexism and discrimination in the sports world and the most pressing issues athletes continue to face today. It also covers key historical moments that have made sports more accessible and comprehensive.
December 8th, 7:30 pm | Meany Hall
This popular annual program by Chamber music singer, University Choir, College singer, Treble Choir, Gospel Choir, When UW Glee Club It features 7 conductors, 6 choral ensembles, 500 singers, 4 graduate conductors, 3 choral teachers, 2 hours of great music and 1 impressive grand finale.
Congratulations and discussions on the publication of the book with Professor Chemi Adeiemi in a conversation with Professor Chandan Lady
December 8th 4: 00–5: 30 PM | online
join Gender, Female, Graduate School of Sexuality For celebrations and discussions Professor Kemi Adeiemi’s new book, Queer Night Life. Professor Chandan Reddy and Professor Adeyemi discuss two readings. Introducing Queer Nightlife When In her own words, Mr. Brikhaus..
“Queer Nightlife” is a collection of essays and interviews celebrating the possibilities of expressing the world after dark. The bizarre Latin Night shootings in Orlando in July 2016 sparked public conversations about joy and access to the ego in the context of colonization, violence and denial. “Queer Nightlife” joins the conversation by broadening research on “Every Nightlife” through 25 essays and interviews with leading scholars and artists, with a focus on queer and transgender colored races. increase.
December 11, 7:30 pm | Brekemin Auditorium
Autumn quarter Folk Musicologist Visiting Artist Benjamin Hunter Students will announce end-of-quarter performance.
Benjamin is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist, composer, community activist, social entrepreneur and educator. Benjamin’s work explores the crossroads of music and art, community, policy and culture.
December 12, 10:00 am | online
At the celebration of Washington University’s 9th Annual Radino Day, the editors of the new book Sephardim’s Trajectory: Archives, Objects, and the Jewish Past of the Ottoman Empire in the United States are three contributors to this volume. Discuss this project with a presentation from.
Join us for an interdisciplinary conversation to commemorate Radino Day 2021. Oscar Aguirre-Mandujano (University of Pennsylvania) and Kerem Tınaz (Koc University), the editor of this book, and Hannah S. Pressman (Director of Jewish Projects, Education and Involvement), Maureen Jackson (Independent scholar), and Laurent Mignon (Oxford University), 3 contributors. We are discussing important artifacts and their impact on the history of the Ottoman Empire and the Jews.
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