The Waterloo Centre for German Studies is pleased to announce grants to support initiatives aimed at diversifying German studies and making it more inclusive. This will be of interest to programs, instructors, faculty members, and graduate students who are pursuing projects that will facilitate diversity and inclusion in scholarship, teaching, and public outreach. This opportunity is available to scholars at Canadian universities.
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Please join us on Tuesday, March 9, 12–12:40 pm for our monthly series Sneak Peek: New Research from the Freer and Sackler. This month's lecture, Enduring Images: Repetition of Motifs in Ancient Near Eastern Seals, will be presented by Antonietta Catanzariti, Robert and Arlene Kogod Secretarial Scholar and Assistant Curator for the Ancient Near East at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Smithsonian's National Museum of Asian Art.
Part 3 of Panel Series “Racism in History and Context”
Panelists: Ute Frevert (Max Planck Institute for Human Development), Samuel K. Roberts (Columbia University), Sarah B. Rodriguez (Northwestern University), Malte Thießen (LWL-Institut für westfälische Regionalgeschichte)
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