What is Communication? (2021 Series) will investigate transmissions, rituals/affairs, and transportation as communication, as well as …

  • “sharing, imparting, partaking, fellowship”;
  • “participate in, join, unite, link, connect, make common, bring into common use”; and
  • “public democratic – representing the common sentiment” “of or for community.”

The heart of language [the tool of tools] is … communication; the establishment of cooperation in any activity in which there are partners, and in which the activity of each is modified and regulated by partnership.” — John Dewey, “Nature, Communication and Meaning,” in The Later Works, Volume 1, Experience and Nature, 1925.

APRIL–MAY 2021 • REMOTE SERIES
More details coming soon!


 • RECOMMENDED •
Department of Philosophy & Oregon Humanities Center

Thursday, October 22 • 11:00am PT
“Data Technology, Policy and Governance: What is the Role of Data Science in Democratic Society and Can We Trust It?”
Denisa Kera, Univ. of Salamanca, Spain

Wednesday, November 18 • 11:00am PT
“Data and Us: Forms, Algorithms and the Data Subject”
Colin Koopman, Univ. of Oregon

Wednesday, December 9 • 11:00am PT
“Data Science in Scientific Inquiry, Philosophical issues”
Sabina Leonelli, Univ. of Exeter, England

NOTE: PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED!



School of Journalism and Communication

Monday, October 26 • 5:00pm PT
“Connecting with Communities, Reaching Rural America”
Damian Radcliffe, Todd Milbourn, and Lisa Heyamoto, Univ. of Oregon

Monday, November 9 • 5:00pm PT
“Journalism and the 2020 Election: A Debrief”
Seth Lewis and Nicole Dahmen, Univ. of Oregon


ANTHROPOLOGY COLLOQUIA SERIES

Department of Anthropology, Association of Anthropology Graduate Students (AAGS),
and Associated Students of the University of Oregon (ASUO)

Monday, November 9 • See contact
“Decolonizing Anthropology: Starting Conversations Around Metholodologies, Frameworks & Approaches”
Jenneca McCarter, Lynn Stephen, Univ. of Oregon; and other speakers

Monday, November 23 • See contact
“Building A More Inclusive and Strongly Objective Archaeology”
Laura Heath-Stout, Boston Univ.

CONTACT: AAGS.Oregon [at] gmail [dot] com for Zoom link.


School of Law

Thursday, October 22 • 1:00pm PT
“Microplastics: From Research to Regulation”
TBA

Friday, February 12 • 12:00pm PT
Derrick Bell Lecture
Lia Epperson, Washington College of Law


School of Music & Dance

Thursday, October 22 • 7:30pm PT
Liszt’s Birthday Celebration
Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No. 5, transcribed for Solo Piano by Franz Liszt


VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES

Department of Art • School of Art + Design

Thursday, October 22 • 10:00am PT
“Regarding Time”
Simon Starling

Thursday, October 29 • 4:00pm PT
“The Walled Garden”
John Mann

Thursday, November 5 • 10:00am PT
“Many-Headedness”
Jenna Sutela

Thursday, November 12 • 4:00pm PT
“I Don’t Want to Live on the Moon”
Jess Perlitz

Thursday, November 19 • 12:00pm PT
“Art, Engagement, Economy: the Working Practice of Caroline Woolard”
Caroline Woolard

Thursday, January 14 • 4:00pm PT
TBA
Fred H.C. Liang

Thursday, January 21 • 4:00pm PT
TBA
Mario Ybarra Jr.

Thursday, January 28 • 4:00pm PT
TBA
Diana Guerrero-Macia

Thursday, February 4 • 4:00pm PT
TBA
Jillian Mayer

Thursday, February 11 • 4:00pm PT
TBA
Laura Fritz

Tuesday, April 6 • 4:00pm PT
TBA
Glenn Adamson

Thursday, April 29 • 4:00pm PT
TBA
Julia Fish

Thursday, May 6 • 4:00pm PT
TBA
Amir Zaki

NOTE:
Click Links to Pre-Register.