College of Liberal Arts

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Speaker Symposium Address Energy Challenges, Solutions in France and United States

Monday December 17, 2012⋅6:30 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University, Amphitheater Room 204


Humanities Texas Holiday Book Fair

Saturday December 8, 2012⋅10:00 AM

Byrne-Reed House, 1410 Rio Grande


Liberal Arts Fall Commencement 2012

Saturday December 8, 2012⋅6:00 PM

Frank Erwin Center, 1701 Red River Street


Last Class Day

Friday December 7, 2012


Workshop Examines History of Human Rights

Monday December 3, 2012⋅12:00 PM

GAR 4.100


Author and Scholar, Elaine Scarry, Examines Beauty and Social Justice

Wednesday November 28, 2012⋅7:00 PM

AVAYA Auditorium, ACE 2.302


Contemporary Japanese Film Series

Wednesday November 28, 2012⋅6:00 PM

Texas Union Building (UNB), 2.228


Thanksgiving Holiday

Friday November 23, 2012

The University of Texas at Austin


Now What? The 2012 Elections, the 2013 Session, and Beyond

Thursday November 8, 2012⋅10:15 AM

The Capitol Extension Auditorium


CMAS Workshop: Academic Publishing

Wednesday November 7, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Chicano Culture Room (UNB 4.206), Texas Union



Learn More about the HDO Master of Arts Degree

Tuesday November 6, 2012⋅6:30 PM

Various locations on campus


Public Forum Examines "Surveillance, Space and the Public"

Monday November 5, 2012⋅7:00 PM

AVAYA Auditorium, ACE 2.302


Sociology Panel Presentation Explores Race, Sex and Class at UT

Tuesday October 30, 2012⋅10:00 AM

Burdine (BUR) 214


Learn More about the HDO Master of Arts Degree

Tuesday October 30, 2012⋅6:30 PM

Various locations on campus


Fall 2012 Communication Job & Internship Fair

Tuesday October 30, 2012⋅12:00 PM

DKR Texas Memorial Stadium North End Zone-The Club, Entrance: Gates 14 & 16


Public Forum Examines Black and Latino Voters

Tuesday October 30, 2012⋅5:00 PM

Texas Union (UNB 3.502)


TILTS Presents Fate of the Book Preservers Panel

Thursday October 25, 2012⋅7:00 PM

Harry Ransom Center (HRC), Prothro Theater


Political Journalist Discusses New Book "The Victory Lab"

Thursday October 25, 2012⋅3:30 PM

Dean's Conference Room in the Gebauer Building, room 3.312


Experts Examine Philanthropy in Latin America

Thursday October 25, 2012⋅9:30 AM

Benson Latin American Collection, SRH Unit 1


Learn More about the HDO Master of Arts Degree

Tuesday October 23, 2012⋅6:30 PM

Various locations on campus


Fall 2012 Career & Internship Fair

Wednesday October 17, 2012⋅11:00 AM

Texas Union Ballroom


Lecture Examines “Worldings: Scenes of Life in the U.S. Now”

Wednesday October 17, 2012⋅7:00 PM

AVAYA Auditorium ACE 2.302


Learn More about the HDO Master of Arts Degree

Tuesday October 16, 2012⋅6:30 PM

Various locations on campus


Roundtable Discussion: Post-Fisher, Post-Race?

Monday October 15, 2012⋅4:00 PM

Warfield Center - ISESE Gallery/Jester Center A230


Call for Submissions: Scholarship Deadlines

Monday October 15, 2012

N/A


English Professor Presents "Friends of Ted" Saturday Morning Literary Chats

Saturday October 13, 2012⋅9:30 AM

807 W. 16th Street


Fall Symposia Explores "Sexing the Borderlands"

Saturday October 13, 2012⋅9:00 AM

Santa Rita Suite (UNB 3.502)


Fall Symposia Explores Changing Field of Mexican American Studies

Friday October 12, 2012⋅2:00 PM

Prothro Theatre, Harry Ransom Center


Three-Day Symposium Explores "Creativity in the Face of Death"

Thursday October 11, 2012

Bass Concert Hall, McCullough Theatre, Prothro Theater


Lecture: "The PRI is Back: Where is Mexico Going?"

Thursday October 11, 2012⋅4:00 PM

Santa Rita Suite, UNB 3.502


Three-Day Symposium Explores "Creativity in the Face of Death"

Wednesday October 10, 2012

Bass Concert Hall, McCullough Theatre, Prothro Theater


Diaspora Talk Examines Afro-Cuban Experiences During the Cuban Revolution

Wednesday October 10, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Warfield Center - ISESE Gallery/Jester Center A230


Learn More about the HDO Master of Arts Degree

Tuesday October 9, 2012⋅6:30 PM

Various locations on campus


Three-Day Symposium Explores "Creativity in the Face of Death"

Tuesday October 9, 2012

Bass Concert Hall, McCullough Theatre, Prothro Theater


Actors From the London Stage Perform "The Merchant of Venice"

Saturday October 6, 2012⋅7:30 PM

Hogg Auditorium and the Winedale Histocial Center


English Professor Presents "Friends of Ted" Saturday Morning Literary Chats

Saturday October 6, 2012⋅9:30 AM

807 W. 16th Street


Two-Day Conference Examines Gender Injustice

Friday October 5, 2012⋅11:00 AM

Mexican American Cultural Center


School of Social Work Presents Talk on Psychoanalytic Knowledge

Friday October 5, 2012⋅1:00 PM

UTOPIA Theatre, School of Social Work


Actors From the London Stage Perform "The Merchant of Venice"

Friday October 5, 2012⋅7:30 PM

Hogg Auditorium and the Winedale Histocial Center


Law Fair

Thursday October 4, 2012⋅11:00 AM

Texas Union Ballroom


Actors From the London Stage Perform "The Merchant of Venice"

Thursday October 4, 2012⋅7:30 PM

Hogg Auditorium and the Winedale Histocial Center


Actors From the London Stage Perform "The Merchant of Venice"

Wednesday October 3, 2012⋅7:30 PM

Hogg Auditorium and the Winedale Histocial Center


Film Screening: "The Last Butterfly"

Wednesday October 3, 2012⋅10:30 AM

Carver Museum & Cultural Center, Boyd Vance Theatre, 1165 Angelina St.


Poetry on the Plaza Performance

Wednesday October 3, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Harry Ransom Center Plaza


Scholars Examine Causes and Consequences of Divergent Religions Across Asia and Europe

Sunday September 30, 2012⋅6:00 PM

Student Activity Center (SAC) 1.118


English Professor Presents "Friends of Ted" Saturday Morning Literary Chats

Saturday September 29, 2012⋅9:30 AM

807 W. 16th Street


Scholars Examine Causes and Consequences of Divergent Religions Across Asia and Europe

Saturday September 29, 2012⋅6:00 PM

Student Activity Center (SAC) 1.118


Discussions Explore the Many Dimensions of Shakespeare's Works

Friday September 28, 2012⋅3:00 PM

Prothro Theater/ Eidman Courtroom, School of Law


Two-Day Symposium Examines "Food for Black Thought"

Friday September 28, 2012⋅11:00 AM

George Washington Carver Cultural Center/Center for African and African American Studies


Scholars Examine Causes and Consequences of Divergent Religions Across Asia and Europe

Friday September 28, 2012⋅6:00 PM

Student Activity Center (SAC) 1.118


“Swamplandia!” Author to Speak at The University of Texas at Austin

Thursday September 27, 2012⋅7:00 PM

Joynes Reading Room, located on the east side of the Carothers Building


Celebrated Author Nicholson Baker Discusses "the Fate of the Book"

Thursday September 27, 2012⋅5:30 PM

Blanton Auditorium


President Powers to Deliver State of the University Address

Thursday September 27, 2012⋅4:00 PM

The B. Iden Payne Theatre of the F. Loren Winship Drama Building


English Professor Presents "Friends of Ted" Saturday Morning Literary Chats

Saturday September 22, 2012⋅9:30 AM

807 W. 16th Street


Discussion Explores Free Speech and Intellectual Property

Thursday September 20, 2012⋅7:00 PM

TBD


Renowned Saxophonist Examines Revolutionary Black Music

Wednesday September 19, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Student Activity Center (SAC) 2.304


English Professor Presents "Friends of Ted" Saturday Morning Literary Chats

Saturday September 15, 2012⋅9:30 AM

807 W. 16th Street


International Historian Explores Public Speech in China

Wednesday September 12, 2012⋅7:00 PM

AVAYA Auditorium ACE 2.302


Texas Enterprise Speaker Series: The Arab World Unbound

Tuesday September 4, 2012⋅11:30 AM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University, Amphitheater Room 204


Labor Day Holiday

Monday September 3, 2012


First Class Day of Fall Semester

Wednesday August 29, 2012


Gone to Liberal Arts

Tuesday August 28, 2012⋅6:00 PM

The Turtle Pond


MooovIn Hospitality Welcomes New Students: Aug 24-25

Friday August 24, 2012

Participating residence halls


Learn about the Intellectual Entrepreneurship Pre-Graduate School Internship

Friday August 24, 2012

Jones Communication Building A (CMA) 7.228


CMAS Hosts Public Reading by Austin Youth

Saturday August 18, 2012⋅3:00 PM

Texas Union Building (UNB), Santa Rita Suite 3.502


Shakespeare at Winedale 42nd Summer Season

Thursday August 9, 2012

Shakespeare at the Winedale Historical Complex near Round Top


Apply for a Fall Internship at LLILAS

Friday August 3, 2012

N/A


Shakespeare at Winedale 42nd Summer Season

Thursday August 2, 2012

Shakespeare at the Winedale Historical Complex near Round Top


Apply for a Fall Internship at LLILAS

Friday July 27, 2012

N/A


Shakespeare at Winedale 42nd Summer Season

Thursday July 26, 2012

Shakespeare at the Winedale Historical Complex near Round Top


Apply for a Fall Internship at LLILAS

Friday July 20, 2012

N/A


Shakespeare at Winedale 42nd Summer Season

Thursday July 19, 2012

Shakespeare at the Winedale Historical Complex near Round Top


Apply for a Fall Internship at LLILAS

Friday July 13, 2012

N/A


Second Summer Session Classes: July 9-Aug. 10

Monday July 9, 2012

Campus wide


Renowned Scholars to Discuss Life of Computing Pioneer Alan Turing at Centenary Symposium

Saturday June 23, 2012⋅4:30 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University, Amphitheater Room 204


"On Tolstoy and Toilets" Covers Teaching of Russian

Saturday June 9, 2012⋅10:00 AM

McCombs School of Business (CBA), events room 3.306



Liberal Arts Spring Commencement 2012

Friday May 18, 2012

Frank Erwin Center, 1701 Red River Street


GraduAsian Celebrates Achievements of Asian American Seniors

Thursday May 17, 2012⋅6:30 PM

Art Building and Museum (ART) 1.102


Talk Examines Entropy Reduction and Asian Languages

Thursday May 17, 2012⋅11:00 AM

Parlin Hall, room 101


Job Search Boot Camp

Wednesday May 16, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Parlin Hall, room 206


One-Woman Show Reflects on Post-Earthquake Haiti

Thursday May 10, 2012⋅7:00 PM

Winship (WIN) room 2.180


Center for Women's and Gender Studies Awards Reception

Tuesday May 8, 2012⋅3:30 PM

GEB 4th Floor Conference Room


UT Remembers Memorial Service

Friday May 4, 2012⋅2:00 PM

Tower Garden


Paredes Arts and Letters Award Ceremony Honors Chicana Filmmaker Lourdes Portillo

Thursday May 3, 2012⋅5:00 PM

Student Activity Center (SAC) Auditorium


Peace and Justice Day

Tuesday May 1, 2012⋅12:00 PM

MLK Statue on the University of Texas Campus


Talk Examines Struggle for African-Asian Solidarity

Monday April 30, 2012⋅11:00 AM

Warfield Center - ISESE Gallery/Jester Center A230


NPR Morning Edition Anchor Steve Inskeep Discusses Experiences in Pakistan

Friday April 27, 2012⋅5:00 PM

Jackson School of Geological Sciences Building (JGB 2.324)


"Blackademics": Black Studies New Media Conference

Thursday April 26, 2012⋅7:00 PM

Austin PBS Main Studio, 2504-B Whitis Ave


Talk Examines Politics of Ethnic Census Categories

Wednesday April 25, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall (SRH) Hackett Room, 1.313


Colloquium Addresses “Contentious” Interpretations of Religious Relics

Tuesday April 24, 2012

Student Activity Center (SAC) Legislative Assembly Room 2.302


Panelist Discuss the 2012 Mexico and U.S. Elections’ Implications for NAFTA and Trade

Monday April 23, 2012⋅4:00 PM

Sid Richardson Hall, Unit 1, Benson Latin American Collection 2nd Floor Conference Room


German Filmmaker Andreas Dresen Discusses "Stopped on Track"

Monday April 23, 2012⋅2:00 PM

Burdine Hall (BUR) room 337


Colloquium Addresses “Contentious” Interpretations of Religious Relics

Monday April 23, 2012

Student Activity Center (SAC) Legislative Assembly Room 2.302


African Feminisms Series Seminar Explores South African Women and the Struggle for Gender Inclusivity

Thursday April 19, 2012⋅3:00 PM

Warfield Center Isese Gallery - Jester A230


Yoruba Day Celebration

Friday April 13, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Warfield Center - ISESE Gallery/Jester Center A230



Psychologist James Pennebaker Discusses Language of Sustainability at Inaugural Lecture

Thursday April 5, 2012⋅7:00 PM

KLRU Studio 6A, Jesse H. Jones Communications Center–B



Spring 2012 Communication Job & Internship Fair

Tuesday April 3, 2012⋅12:00 PM

DKR Texas Memorial Stadium North End Zone-The Club, Entrance: Gates 14 & 16



Graduate Student Research Showcase Announced

Monday April 2, 2012⋅2:00 PM

Gregory Gym (GRE), concourse


International Travel Workshop for Graduate Students

Thursday March 29, 2012⋅11:30 AM

Dorothy L. Gebauer Building, Dean's Conference Room (GEB 3.312)


Join Two Distinguished Liberal Arts Professors for Next Tapings of Game Changers

Wednesday March 28, 2012

1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at KLRU studios, 6A


Faculty Book Presentation Series Presents "The Muse is Music"

Wednesday March 28, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Warfield Center Isese Gallery - Jester A230


A Roundtable Discussion Examines "Linsanity" and Afro-Asian America

Wednesday March 28, 2012⋅5:30 PM

Warfield Center Isese Gallery - Jester A230


Drug Control Policy Expert Examines Global Drug Prohibition Regime

Tuesday March 27, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Batts Hall (BAT) 5.108




Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Seymour Hersh Will Discuss War on Terrorism

Thursday March 22, 2012⋅7:00 PM

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, 1900 University, Amphitheater Room 204


Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Seymour Hersh Discusses "U.S. Policy and the Crises in the Middle East"

Monday March 19, 2012⋅7:00 PM

Third Coast Activist Resource Center, 5604 Manor Road


Department of Linguistics Hosts North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad

Tuesday March 13, 2012⋅9:00 AM

Parlin Hall, room 206


Spring Break

Monday March 12, 2012

N/A


Littlefield Lecture Series Presents Two Talks by Historian Victoria Bynum: March 6-7

Tuesday March 6, 2012⋅4:00 PM

AVAYA Auditorium ACE 2.302



Historian Examines "Urban Metabolism in Victorian England"

Monday March 5, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall, room 4.100


Explore UT Provides Intellectual Fun for Children of All Ages

Saturday March 3, 2012⋅11:00 AM

Various areas on campus



Eva Longoria To Serve as Keynote Speaker for 2012 Lozano Long Conference

Saturday February 25, 2012

Location and time TBA


Conference Explores Central Americans in United States: Feb. 22-25

Saturday February 25, 2012

Various locations on campus; see conference program


Medal of Honor Recipient Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta to Speak on Leadership to Texas Army ROTC

Friday February 24, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Room 104, Sanchez Education Building


Conference Explores Central Americans in United States: Feb. 22-25

Friday February 24, 2012

Various locations on campus; see conference program


Conference Explores Central Americans in United States: Feb. 22-25

Thursday February 23, 2012

Various locations on campus; see conference program


The American Shakespeare Center Performs on Campus

Thursday February 23, 2012⋅7:00 PM

Student Activity Center’s Black Box Theater


The American Shakespeare Center Performs on Campus

Wednesday February 22, 2012⋅7:00 PM

Student Activity Center’s Black Box Theater


International Historian Jeremi Suri Presents "Liberty's Surest Guardian" at BookPeople

Wednesday February 22, 2012⋅7:00 PM

BookPeople, 603 N Lamar Blvd


Conference Explores Central Americans in United States: Feb. 22-25

Wednesday February 22, 2012

Various locations on campus; see conference program


Historian Explores the history of the British Coffeehouse

Monday February 20, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Garrison Hall, room 4.100


Anthropologist Discusses 21st Century Silk Road Between China and Italy

Monday February 20, 2012⋅7:00 PM

AVAYA Auditorium ACE 2.302


Students Present New Research at Central Texas Colloquium on Religion Research Conference

Saturday February 18, 2012⋅9:30 AM

Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, TX


Talk Explores Religion and Democracy in Israel

Tuesday February 14, 2012⋅4:00 PM

School of Business Building, room 2.126


Pulitzer Prize-Winning Columnist Nicholas Kristof to Address Human Trafficking

Monday February 13, 2012⋅7:00 PM

LBJ LIbrary and Museum Auditorium


“Free Speech Dialogues” Examines Press Freedom, Publication of Government Secrets

Thursday February 9, 2012⋅7:00 PM

Peter T. Flawn Academic Center (FAC), Room 21


Symposium Examines Civil Rights, Education Crisis for Men of Color

Wednesday February 8, 2012⋅5:00 PM

Various areas on campus


Historian Discusses Race, Sexuality and Law in the North American West

Wednesday February 8, 2012⋅3:30 PM

Garrison Hall, room 1.102


Stand-up Comedy Show with Economist Yoram Bauman

Thursday February 2, 2012⋅7:00 PM

Jester A-121A


Talk Explores Similarities and Differences Between Heterosexual and Gay Performers

Wednesday February 1, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Warfield Center Isese Gallery - Jester A232A


Professor Examines Arab Uprisings One Year Later

Monday January 30, 2012⋅6:30 PM

Applied Computational Engineering & Sciences Building (ACE), Avaya Auditorium 2.302


Talk Explores Human Rights and Global Citizenship

Wednesday January 25, 2012⋅12:00 PM

Warfield Center Isese Gallery - Jester A232A


Elizabeth Engelhardt Reads and Signs "A Mess of Greens" at BookPeople

Friday January 20, 2012⋅7:00 PM

BookPeople, 603 N Lamar Blvd


Author Discusses Literary Representations of African Americans and Asian Americans

Tuesday January 17, 2012⋅3:00 PM

Gebauer, room 4.214


Spring Semester Begins

Tuesday January 17, 2012


Community March Honors Life and Work of Dr. King

Monday January 16, 2012⋅9:00 AM

Begins at East Mall, MLK statue


Talk Explores Past Memories and Future Decisions

Tuesday January 10, 2012⋅5:45 PM

AT&T Education and Conference Center (ATT)


Psychologist Art Markman Discusses "Smart Thinking" at the Twig Book Shop

Thursday January 5, 2012⋅5:00 PM

Twig Book Shop, 200 E. Grayson Street, Suite 124, San Antonio


Psychologist Art Markman Discusses "Smart Thinking" at BookPeople

Wednesday January 4, 2012⋅7:00 PM

BookPeople, 603 N Lamar Blvd