Category Archives: Lecture

Event: Pakistan’s War with Itself

Join World Affairs Council – Seattle and Washington Post’s Pamela Constable Thursday to discuss life, inequality and corruption in Pakistan. Register at the link below: http://www.world-affairs.org/events/2011/09/15/pakistan-s-war-itself Advertisements

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Guest Lecture: June 2nd

June 2, 2011 Stephanie Coontz (Evergreen State College) will present a lecture on “For Better AND Worse: The On-Going Revolution in Marriage.” CMU 226, 3:30pm Read up on Stephanie Coontz’s career here: http://www.stephaniecoontz.com/ And check out her visit to The … Continue reading

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Urbanism Lectures Coming Up This Month

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The Architecture of Power in Islamic Cairo from the 7th Century to the 20th” by Jere L. Bacharach

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Pi Sigma Alpha Lecture: Larry Gossett, King County Councilmember, June 2nd (and publication of our undergrad journal, The Orator!)

Pi Sigma Alpha – Nu Chapter presents: Larry Gossett, King County Councilmember (Council District 2) “Social Activism in the Community” Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009 7:00 – 8:30pm 301 Gowen Hall ****** In addition to our guest lecture, we are very … Continue reading

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Talk-“River Basin Management and Hydropolitics in Central Asia”

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Murder Lecture Series::April 24

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