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Hear Professor Otto Speak Today at UB Humanities Institute’s 10th Anniversary Event

November 2, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Fall 2015 is the tenth anniversary of the founding of UB’s Humanities Institute. On Monday, November 2nd, from 2:00-4:00pm in Clemens 306, Humanities Institute officers past and present, including Department of Art Professor Elizabeth Otto, will participate in a roundtable discussion on a range of topics: this history and achievements of HI in its first Read More

Today from 11AM-3PM Pie Your Professor for a Good Cause

October 22, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Today, from 11AM to 3PM, come to the Student Union at UB North Campus to pie your professor, including Professors Elizabeth Otto and Jonathan Katz, for a good cause!  Pies will be sold for $3.00 each and the money raised will help support Toys for Tots.

Sexuality of Words Conference on November 7 & 8

October 30, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

The Department of Art, the UB Anderson Gallery, the Humanities Institute, Cultures and Texts Academic and Strategic Strengths, the Queer Studies Research Workshop, the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, and the Department of Media Study invite you to The Sexuality of Words – A Symposium Accompanying ART=TEXT=ART: Private Languages/Public Systems Exhibition November 7 Read More

Conference considers ‘new woman’ in photography and film

September 14, 2011  by: Dom

From the UB Reporter, September 8, 2011: “The new woman was an extremely ambiguous figure that was used as a marker of women’s emergence into public life and their political liberation, but she was also a flashpoint for everything that was wrong with modernity and for the perception that culture was going to hell in a Read More

Conference: The International New Woman in Photography and Film, Sep 16, 2011

August 3, 2011  by: Dom

The “International New Woman in Photography and Film” conference will bring together scholars from a range of disciplines to discuss recent and ongoing scholarship on representations of the New Woman as an international figure and a global visual icon whose roots can be traced even to the revolutions of the eighteenth century and whose influence Read More

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