[Uwhistory] April Calendar: Alice Kessler-Harris,
Latin American politics, and Migrant Labor in China (fwd)
anthonyl at u.washington.edu
Fri Apr 13 11:22:37 PDT 2007
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Subject: April Calendar: Alice Kessler-Harris, Latin American politics,
and Migrant Labor in China
PLEASE DISTRIBUTE AND ANNOUNCE!
The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies presents:
April 16 - April 20: Alice Kessler-Harris, in residence as a Walker-Ames Scholar
Mon April 16 Discussion of oral history, Tacoma campus - 7:00 pm in Bldg WCG, Room116
Tues April 17 'Women, Work, Welfare, and the Challenge of a New Economy: A Historian's Perspective,' Bothell campus - 4:00-5:30 pm in Bldg 1, Room 220
Wed April 18 'Perspectives on Economic Citizenship,' West Coast Poverty Center/Evans School seminar - Noon-2:00 pm Parrington Hall, The Forum
Walker-Ames lecture, 'The Rocky Road to Economic Citizenship', 6:30 pm, Kane Hall 120
Thurs April 19 'Sex, Lies, and History: The Revealing Life of Lillian Hellman,' 12:00 - 1:20 Communications Bldg. 120, come at 11:45 for free pizza!
April 19: Visiting Speaker Forrest Hylton (New York University),'Re-thinking Revolution and Reaction: Bolivia and Columbia in Historical Context'
This is the first of five lectures comprising the series Latin American Challenges to the Neo-Liberal Order. All lectures runs from 3:30 - 5:00 in the Communications Bldg. Room 226
April 24: UW Speaker Kam Wing Chan (Geography & China Studies), 'Rural Migrant Labor in China: Trends, Geography, and Policies'
Gowen Hall Room 1A, 3:30 - 5:00
April 26: Visiting Speaker John French (Duke University), 'Brazil's President as Working Class Fox: Lula from Trade Unionism to the Presidency'
Communications Bldg Room 226, 3:30 - 5:00, Latin American Challenges to the Neo-Liberal Order.
For more information on these and other events, visit our website at http://depts.washington.edu/pcls/
Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies
University of Washington
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