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March 2020

Mar 10

Intersections: Careers in the Humanities

4:30 PM - Career Center, Reitz Union

Learn about careers for students of all majors interested in the Humanities. This event is open to UF students.

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Mar 17

Music as a Liberatory Process Workshop

6:30 PM - Downtown Branch, Alachua County Library System

A collective songwriting workshop open to the community. No previous musical experience is required. But if you play an instrument please bring it!

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July 2020

Jul 25
Jul 26

Talking Covid: A Survival Guide for People of Color

12:00 PM - Online

This two-day series aims to increase awareness of COVID-19 and share tools with communities of color on how to be well.

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September 2020

Sep 19

Fruits of the Past, Present, and Future: A Virtual Workshop with Anna Tjé

1:00 PM

Artist Anna Tjé invites people to embark on the journey of their favorite fruits from seed to consumption by using “exotic” fruits as a metaphor for the self to build a virtual community through conversation, tasting and creative writing.

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Sep 22

CLAS AI Workshop: Ethics & Fairness in AI

3:00 PM

In light of the University of Florida's $70 million artificial intelligence partnership with NVIDIA, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences presents the first in a series of virtual workshops focused on machine learning.

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October 2020

Oct 02

Say What? Tips, Tricks and Tools for Teaching Second Language Pronunciation

12:00 PM

The Language Studio presents the first in a series of virtual workshops focused on language learning.Join Dr. Gillian Lord of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, who will discuss teaching second language pronunciation.

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Oct 03

Food Memories of Latin America

1:00 PM

Come share your memories about food, migration, and identity in the Latino community! Food represents more than nutritional needs; it evokes memories and sentiments while also increasing trust and community.

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Oct 20

Suppressed Narratives: Oral History, Cookbooks, and Museums

6:30 PM

Have you ever wondered how you can preserve your family’s Southern cookbooks? What are the characteristics of Southern food across different regions? This panel examines the different factors that have shaped Southern cuisine over the years, the buried knowledge, and the role that museums can play in keeping Southern food alive.

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