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English Events in August 2015

It’s holiday season, so our English Events newsletter for August is short and sweet. We will add more over the coming month if we spot other events – and please let us know if you missed yours! 110 more words

Events

Ramachandran discusses appropriation of Hindu imagery

Iconography, idolatry and nationalism are just a few of the stages that Tanisha Ramachandran used to describe the evolution of Hindu imagery.

Speaking Thursday from the Hall of Philosophy, Ramachandran, a professor of South Asian religions at Wake Forest University, delivered her lecture, “Idol, Art, Murti: The Multiple Identities of Hindu Images.” She spoke of the evolution of Hindu imagery, its historical interpretations and their contemporary implications. 548 more words

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Get smarter this summer

We are all really excited that the summer vacaction is here and most of the time (with good weather) we have been enjoying it fully. July is almost over which means that we are (at least in Europe/NL) halfway in and got 1 more month to go. 134 more words

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I'm sold!

I HOPE YOU ARE HAVING A GREAT SUMMER

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IT WOULD BE GREAT TO SEE YOU AT THE LIBRARY!

PAM

Lectures

Davis, Putnam to discuss process of making political ads

To end Week Five’s theme of “Art & Politics,” Chautauqua Institution will have not one, but two speakers give their takes on creating political ad campaigns. 414 more words

Lectures