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Spring 2014

Thursdays at Four: Across the University and Beyond

Fall 2013

Resilience and Sustainability: What are We Learning from the Maya and Other Ancient Cultures

Fall 2012

Thursdays at Four: Across the University and Beyond

Summer 2012

Redesigning the Kitchen: A Mobile Hearth for Collectivist Action (The Kitchen Lab)

Sustainability Across the Curriculum: Faculty Workshop

Spring 2012

Thursdays at Four: Across the University and Beyond

Abundance and Scarcity Faculty Seminar: Pharmaceutical Geographies, Pharmaceutical Economies

Fall 2011

Abundance and Scarcity Faculty Seminar: Talking over Food: Thinking about Food Abundance & Scarcity in the 21st Century

Spring 2011

Courses associated with the University Symposium on Abundance and Scarcity

Hmong Politics in Global Context

Abundance and Scarcity Faculty Seminar: Food, Food Systems, and the New Regionalism

Abundance and Scarcity Faculty Seminar: New Curricula for Sustainability Studies: Making Places That Maintain Abundance and Alleviate Scarcity

Thursdays at Four: Across the University and Beyond

Fall 2010

Oil and Water: The Gulf Oil Spill of 2010

Delicious Movement for Forgetting, Remembering , and Uncovering

Migrating Bodies: Identity, Place, Movement

Moment Work: Writing Performance

Courses associated with the University Symposium on Abundance and Scarcity

Spring 2010

Courses associated with the University Symposium on Body & Knowing

Body and Knowing Faculty Seminar: Corporeal Epistemologies: Knowing and Body Across the Disciplines

Ethnic Minorities, Schooling, & Scientific Theory

Ways of Working: Freshman seminar on the work of Imagine Fund Distinguished Visiting Chairs, Juhani Pallasmaa and Leigh Fondakowski

Summer and Fall 2009

Thursdays at Four

60 Years of China on Film: 1949-2009

Courses associated with the University Symposium on Body & Knowing

Spring 2009

Body and Knowing Faculty Seminar: Beyond the Eye: Toward an understanding of non-visual theories and methodologies

The Political Economy of Financial Crisis: From Nicollet Mall to Wall Street

Courses associated with the University Symposium on Body & Knowing

Fall 2008

Thursdays at Four: Across the University and Beyond

Fall 2007

The River, the Bridge, the Community: Beyond the Headlines of the I-35W Bridge Collapse

Freshman Seminar: Thursdays at Four

Movement ‘Clusters’: New Directions of Study

Freshman Seminars Related to the University Symposium

Spring 2007

Reading with Gerald Vizenor: New Native Narratives

Fall 2006

Freshman Seminar: Thursdays at Four

Internationalizing Bioethics: The Japanese Case

Reading Orhan Pamuk

Reading Gerald Vizenor

Spring 2006

The Politics of Populations: Epidemics, Race, and Hunger” (HSem3040H, pilcher).

The Politics of Population research collaborative (GloS 5900) led by M. J. Maynes (History) and Evelyn Davidheiser (Global Studies)

Fall 2005

The Politics of Population research collaborative (GloS 5900) led by M. J. Maynes (History) and Evelyn Davidheiser (Global Studies)