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Michio Masui: The Function of Literature - Comparative Observations (Reel 2 / Side 1)

This reel contains Michio Masui speaking at the University of Denver on April 11 1973 as part of the English Department Lecture Series. The primary topic for his lecture is the function of literature…

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Seymour Epstein: The Commitment of the Novelist (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Seymour Epstein speaking at the University of Denver on May 26 1969 as part of the English Department Lecture Series. He begins his lecture by discussing his time during World War…

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Raymond Tripp: The Fate of Literature as Fate (Reel 1 / Side 1)

This reel contains Raymond Tripp speaking at the University of Denver on April 18 1973. The topic of his lecture is literature as a "radical human phenomenon" and he frames his discussion…

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CAHSS advising: 1st year students

Zoom Recording ID: 88329515106 UUID: jkH/IVWFQWmb/xNoHHO4YQ== Meeting Time: 2022-05-05 08:17:16pm

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AveryTest_Korbel MA Students_NCSL Career Conversation

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Activism & Inclusion: The Story of Us, Self, & Now in Racial Justice Movements |University of Denver

In this interactive workshop, we will share a storytelling framework- the story of us, self, and now- that participants can use to delve into their own positionalities and stakes in racial justice…

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Radicalizing Psychotherapy: From Multiculturalism to Abolition | University of Denver

What could psychotherapists stand to learn from abolitionist movements? How might abolitionist ideas radicalize psychotherapy practices in ways that seek to dismantle white supremacy and colonialism,…

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Critical Conversations: Perspective of People in Recovery | University of Denver

Over the last year, the United States has been confronted with the reality of multiple pandemics (i.e., COVID-19, continued racial injustice, addiction, etc.). For people in recovery, the existence…

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Critical Conversations: Disability and Neurodiversity Perspectives | University of Denver

Over the last year, the United States has been confronted with the reality of multiple pandemics (i.e., COVID-19, continued racial injustice, etc.). For people with disabilities and neurodiversity,…

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Critical Conversations - LGBTQ+ Perspectives | University of Denver

Over the last year, the United States has been confronted with the reality of multiple pandemics (i.e., COVID-19, continued racial injustice, etc.). For LGBTQ+ communities, the existence of COVID-19…

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White Noise Documentary Film Panel Discussion | University of Denver

The Daniels College of Business Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee, the Daniels DEI Graduate Student Group, and DU’s Diversity Summit present a panel discussion about "White…

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Talking Race, Talking Space | University of Denver

Talking Race, Talking Space: Building and Sustaining a Recognized Black Community at the University of Denver February 11, 2021 A Community + Values Community Talk, in partnership with DU's…

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Critical Conversations: White Perspectives | University of Denver

Over the last year, the United States has been confronted with the reality of multiple pandemics (i.e., COVID-19, continued racial injustice, etc.). For communities of color, the existence of…

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Critical Conversations: Multiracial Perspectives | University of Denver

Over the last year, the United States has been confronted with the reality of multiple pandemics (i.e., COVID-19, continued racial injustice, etc.). For communities of color, the existence of…

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KBYG Student Role and Expectations

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Catalyst Series for Social Justice Sonya Renee Taylor - Radical Self-Love

World-renowned activist, poet, and author of "The Body is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love", Sonya Renee Taylor invites us to reconnect with the radical origins of our minds…

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