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Updated July 24, 2013

Program Archives

Bat of Minerva

Fall Seminar: Resilience and Sustainability

A Journey Around Our America

A Journey Around Our America

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Pastor Christine Kliesen Wehrman

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Fall 2013 Faculty Seminar

July 2013: The Board of Regents approved a resolution extending in-state tuition rates … regardless of immigration status. Here Louis Mendoza, VP in the Office of Equity & Diversity, shares his work¬† from¬† his 2007 bicycle tour. His book, A Journey Around Our America: A Memoir on Cycling, Immigration, and the Latinoization of the U.S., was published in 2012.

Explore the topic of immigration in the IAS archives here or the Fall 2013 conference below.

Peter Shea interviews interesting, thoughtful people. Here, Pastor Christine Kliesen Wehrman talks about her upbringing, the ways in which art helps her understand theology, and comparisons between theater acting and pastoral work.

Explore Bat of Minerva interviews in the IAS archives here such as the 2008 interview with “one of the best Hmong American writers,” below.

This faculty seminar is organized by the IAS Teaching Heritage Collaborative as part of University Symposium on Site and Incitement. The seminar will examine the intersection of archaeology, earth sciences, and sustainability studies. Click here for more information.

Explore programming related to the Maya here such as the June talk and workshop by Jaime Awe, Ancient Maya Cave Rituals in Belize, below.

Hmong Across the Borders Conference Oct 3-5

Hmong Across the Borders Conference

Interview with Kao Kalia Yang

Bat of Minerva Interview with Kao Kalia Yang

Maya Archaeology: by Diane and Arlen Chase

Cave Rituals by Jaime Awe