Category Archives: Geography

Free Film Showing: “The Last Train Home”

Geography’s Real To Reel  film series is offering a free showing of The Last Train Home, in the Allen Library Auditorium at 3:30pm on Thursday, February 9. The film indelibly portrays one family caught up in the midst ofChina’s annual New Year’s mass migration from the teeming urban centers back to … Continue reading

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Egypt One Year After the Revolution

Wednesday January 18, 2012 3:00-4:00 p.m. Thomson Hall, Room 317 Egyptian Ambassador Hesham Elnakib; Moderated by Ellis Goldberg Middle East Center   Ambassador Hesham Elnakib has held a variety of important posts within the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs including … Continue reading

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Urbanism Lectures Coming Up This Month

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Sticking around this summer? There are still opportunities to take classes!

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Summer Social Science Courses

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Friday 4/10::Dr. Deborah Thien::Place Resonance: Examining the substance and shadows of place-based feeling

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New Course in Labor Studies for Spring Quarter!

n Spring 2009, the Bridges Center is proud to sponsor this special course in Labor Studies. Students, please consider registering for this class, which may not be offered again. Faculty, lease help us publicize this course by passing it along … Continue reading

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