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What did the Russian Revolution look like from India or Egypt or Southern Africa? What aspirations did it carry, what sentiment did it hold for people held in thrall of European colonialism?
This talk will explore where science and technology come from, where they have taken us so far, and how to open the door for people who are imagining futures for everybody.
The College sponsors the Dean's Diversity Lecture Series to encourage introspection on timely issues of equity and diversity. These talks offer a space for productive dialogue for the university community about concerns such as perceived inequities, biases, and microaggressions that impact the climate.
Michael R. Jeffords and Susan L. Post have circled the globe--and explored their neighborhood--collecting images of the natural world. In this talk they will share wildlife photos and stories from their new book, Curious Encounters with the Natural World: From Grumpy Spiders to Hidden Tigers, which is now available from U of I Press.