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Monday, April 9

 Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare: From Stratford to Orange County

Costuming the Leading Ladies of Shakespeare reflects the evolution of stage costuming for women of Shakespearian plays, from the late 16th century to early...

VIET STORIES: Recollections & Regenerations

Viet Stories: Vietnamese American Oral History project at the University of California, Irvine is pleased to announce the opening of VIET STORIES:...

It Passes Like a Thought

Curated by by David Familian We – as humans – have long since been fascinated by birds. Their seemingly magical capacity for flight, song, and navigation...

Rights Protection in Europe: A Structured Network of National, Supranational, and International Courts

Michael Tolley, Northeastern University, and Kristen M. Renberg, Duke University. Please RSVP; lunch will be provided.

Administrating Fees: Determining Costs in the Criminal Justice System

With Erin Scharff, associate professor of law, Arizona State University. Current Issues in Tax Law and Policy Colloquium. RSVP required.

Monday, April 9