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October 2020

Oct 21

Risks and Returns in Peer-to-Peer Lending: Comparing European FinTech Platforms

6:00 PM

FinTech, particularly digitalized funding, has emerged in recent years as an innovative way to finance new ventures.

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Oct 21

Songs in Dark Times: Yiddish Poets and Social Justice

7:00 PM

Between the world wars, a generation of Jewish leftist poets reached out to other embattled peoples of the earth― African Americans, Spanish Republicans, and others―in Yiddish verse.

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Oct 24

Southeastern Epistemology Conference

8:30 AM

The Southeastern Epistemology Conference is an occasion for philosophers across the southeastern United States to come together and talk about various cutting-edge issues in epistemology. It is free and open to the public, though attendees are asked to register in advance. October 23rd, 2020 to October 24th, 2020 at 8:30 am

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Oct 27

Understanding the Heritage Speaker

1:00 PM

Join Dr. Diego Pascual y Cabo of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies, who will discuss understanding the Heritage Speaker.

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Oct 27

How to Make a Post-COVID Green New Deal Work

6:30 PM

The economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will be long and arduous.  However, simply reviving the existing “brown” economy will exacerbate irreversible climate change, biodiversity loss and other environmental risks.

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Oct 28

Toward Antiracism: Understanding Anti-Black Racism and Healing Racial Trauma

6:30 PM

Join Dean David Richardson and faculty from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for an evening of listening and discussion.

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Oct 29

To rhyme or not to rhyme? That is not the question.

10:00 AM

The Language Studio presents a series of virtual workshops focused on language learning.

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Oct 29

First Gen Fireside Chat with Dr. Anthony Jack

6:00 PM

A kick-off event for UF’s First-Generation Student Celebration, join Harvard Graduate School of Education's Dr. Anthony Abraham Jack, who will discuss the challenges faced by first-generation college students at predominantly white universities.

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Oct 29

Resist, Recover, and Reimagine: Black and Indigenous Women for Climate Justice in Gulf Coast Louisiana

6:30 PM

Women and frontline communities of color currently lead grassroots movements for environmental, energy and climate justice. They resist state-corporate crime, gender-based violence, and the mundanity of environmental racism.

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November 2020

Nov 09

G-Cultural Environmental Justice Poetry Slam

6:30 PM

What does Global-Cultural Environmental Justice mean to you? How might it be imagined? What might it concern specifically? How might we work in its direction with our language and actions? How might we go about actually making it?

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