Ching Kwan Lee, professor of sociology at the UC Los Angeles in her new book “The Specter of Global China,” analyzes the peculiarity of outbound Chinese state capital by comparing it with global private capital in copper and construction in Zambia.
The lecture, featuring Dr. Christina Koulouri, will focus on major transformations in Southeastern Europe from the late 18th century to the Balkan Wars and First World War, that led to the demise of empires, and the reconfigured map of Europe.
Taking place over a 60-year span and following four individual family members through four linked plays, What of the Night? lifts the lid off societal oppression to expose the unstoppable humans within.
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An ArtPower fan favorite for many years, best-selling author David Sedaris returns with the fresh writing, sardonic wit, and biting social critiques that have made him one of America’s preeminent humor writers.
Step into an 8-foot cube and become surrounded by video projections of single-celled marine organisms — called dinoflagellates — reacting to various stimulants such as the human heartbeat, music, water flow, and air pressure.
Join us during the month of November to honor the heritage, culture, and traditions of Native Americans. The monthlong celebration will include a broad array of programs, including a kickoff luncheon, lectures, and film screenings.