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Rising Up: How Islam Played a Role in Resistance to Enslavement

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Mark your calendars for April 15th! We’re diving into the fascinating topic of “Rising Up: How Islam Played a Role in Resistance to Enslavement,” where we’ll uncover the inspiring influence of Islam in historical resistance movements against enslavement. Join us for an enlightening exploration!

The Last Lecture with Biology Professor Dr. Bruce Kirchoff

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The UNCG Alumni Office’s “Last Lecture” series returns with UNCG Biology professor emeritus Dr. Bruce Kirchoff. Join us on Friday, April 5 for a career retrospective with reflections on Dr. Kirchoff’s work and research. Bruce will talk about how the groups we participate in shape our consciousness and influence how we see … Continued

“Unmasking Pythias: Terences’ Eunuchus in Performance.”

  The Department of Classical Studies is pleased to announce a lecture, “Unmasking Pythias: Terences’ Eunuchus in Performance,” by Sarah Breitenfeld, Assistant Professor of Classical Studies at Davidson College. Join us in the Moore Humanities & Research Building (MHRA), Room 1215.   UNCG Department of Classical Studies 336.334.5214 View Organizer … Continued

Videogaming and Asian Mythology

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Join us in person or remotely for this glimpse into mythological narratives, names, and symbols in video games and their ties to Asian mythology!