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Bucketlist: #MeToo And Russia

Russia’s presidential candidate is visiting Columbia!

Bucket List represents the intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. Our recommendations for this sparsely populated reading week are below, with no specifically recommended events. If you notice any events that have been left off the list, or a correction, please leave them in the comments.

Recommended:

  • “Director of Experiments: The Science Behind Democracy and Political Campaigns”, 1 – 2:00 PM, International Affairs Building, Monday
  • Indigenous Peoples and Cultural Freedoms: Implementing the UN Declaration on Indigenous Rights, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM, Faculty House, Tuesday
  • Spaces and Geographies of Concentration Camps: How to Preserve the Memory of Discrimination, 5 – 7:30 PM, Casa Italiana, Thursday
  • A Conversation with Russian Presidential Candidate Ksenia Sobchak, 6 – 8:00 PM, Kraft Center for Jewish Student Life, Thursday
  • #MeToo and the National Security Space: A Panel Discussion and Dialogue, 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM, International Affairs Building, Friday

Monday, Feb 5th:

  • “Director of Experiments: The Science Behind Democracy and Political Campaigns”, 1 – 2:00 PM, International Affairs Building

Tuesday, Feb 6th:

  • Data, Algorithms, and their Consequences for Society, 2:00 AM, Schapiro CEPSR
  • Book Talk. Ukraine’s Quest For Identity: Embracing Cultural Hybridity In Literary Imagination, 1991–2011, By Maria Rewakowicz, 12 – 2:00 PM, International Affairs Building
  • Clifford Tabin seminar: Genetic underpinning of evolving to unique environments: From limb morphology to metabolism, 4 – 5:00 PM, Schermerhorn Extension
  • Frank Bidart and Eleanor Chai, 7 – 8:30 PM, Barnard Hall
  • Indigenous Peoples and Cultural Freedoms: Implementing the UN Declaration on Indigenous Rights, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM, Faculty House

Wednesday, Feb 7th:

  • The Trump Administration’s Policy Toward East Asia, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM, International Affairs Building
  • Molière’s Don Juan: Textual Mobilities, Textual Genealogy, and Material Text, a Case Study, 6 – 8:30 PM, Butler Library

Thursday, Feb 8th:

  • Book Talk. Property Rights In Post-Soviet Russia: Violence, Corruption, And The Demand For Law, By Jordan Gans-Morse, 12 – 2:00 PM, International Affairs Building
  • Spaces and Geographies of Concentration Camps: How to Preserve the Memory of Discrimination, 5 – 7:30 PM, Casa Italiana
  • A Conversation with Russian Presidential Candidate Ksenia Sobchak, 6 – 8:00 PM, Kraft Center for Jewish Student Life
  • LaToya Ruby Frazier, Art as Transformation: Using Photography for Social Change, 6:30 PM, Lenfest Center for the Arts

Friday, Feb 9th:

  • #MeToo and the National Security Space: A Panel Discussion and Dialogue, 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM, International Affairs Building

Saturday, Feb 10th:

  • Yugoslav Experimental Film Symposium, 9 – 5:30 PM, International Affairs Building

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