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Inside Graduate Admissions: Merit, Diversity, and Faculty Gatekeeping (Graduate Student and Postdoc Session)

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Data For Equity: The Power of Data to Promote Justice

An Evening with Shirley Ann Jackson

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WGS Intellectual Forum

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CITIZENFOUR

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Making Something From Nothing: Appropriate Technology as Intentionally Disruptive Responsibility

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GSC DIS Inaugural Muddy Series

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Jennifer De Leon

THE GENDER/RACE IMPERATIVE—A Series of Presentations and Workshops moderated by Anita Hill

Starr Forum: North Korea

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An Unfinished Conversation with Lee Mun Wah

Whiteness: Ana Miljacki, Nasser Rabbat, Lawrence Sass, Jessica Varner

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Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Identities

Double Taking and Troublemaking: Socially Engaged Practice as Intentionally Disruptive Art

CITIZENFOUR

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Double Taking and Troublemaking: Socially Engaged Practice as Intentionally Disruptive Art

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Double Taking and Troublemaking: Socially Engaged Practice as Intentionally Disruptive Art

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Adichie’s “Americanah”: small group discussion

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Inside Graduate Admissions: Merit, Diversity, and Faculty Gatekeeping (Faculty and Staff Session)

Community Dialogue with MIT Police

CITIZENFOUR

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BLACK FIRE: THE STRUGGLE FOR RACIAL JUSTICE IN CHARLOTTESVILLE AND BEYOND, 1964 TO THE PRESENT

Hari Kondabalu

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Norma Rae + Clean In

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State of the Arab Family and the Family of the Arab State

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“The Grand Flirtation: Feminist Operation of Architecture at Princeton University in the 1960s – the 1970s”

Starr Forum: Syria: Which way forward?

NOVEMBER ACTIONS

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Women in the Workplace

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9 to 5

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Breakfast Series with Amanda Bosh

Co-education at MIT in the 1950s-60s

Migration Stories: The US Visa Lottery and Global Citizenship

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NOVEMBER ACTIONS

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Author Édouard Louis, “What literature can do: Literature, shame and politics”

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Starr Forum: Warnings: Finding Cassandras to Stop Catastrophes

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Gender, Race, and Place: Perspectives on Adichie’s “Americanah”

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Stop! Sexual Harassment in Higher Education and the Workforce

Professor Wilder to deliver Capps Lecture

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