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Summer Teacher Workshop: "The Dark Side of Sugar: Slavery, Indentured Labor, and Race Relations"

Date:July 8, 2019
Time:2:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location:Madison College, Truax Campus, 1750 Wright Street
Description:Designed for Middle and High School Teachers. This teacher training workshop, designed for middle and high-school teachers, will address how to discuss race in the contemporary classroom. Through the lens of the history of sugar, we will talk about slavery in the United States andindentured labor in the Caribbean, while reflecting on how these complexand traumatic histories continue to have an impact today. Registration cos
URL:https://go.wisc.edu/sugar_workshop

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Summer Teacher Workshop: "The Dark Side of Sugar: Slavery, Indentured Labor, and Race Relations"

Date:July 9, 2019
Time:09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:Madison College, Truax Campus, 1750 Wright Street
Description:Designed for Middle and High School Teachers. This teacher training workshop, designed for middle and high-school teachers, will address how to discuss race in the contemporary classroom. Through the lens of the history of sugar, we will talk about slavery in the United States andindentured labor in the Caribbean, while reflecting on how these complexand traumatic histories continue to have an impact today. Registration cos
URL:https://go.wisc.edu/sugar_workshop

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FIELDWORK TIPS FOR RESEARCH IN CENTRAL ASIA: SAFETY AND ETHICS

Date:July 11, 2019
Time:4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:A lecture by Christopher Whitsel, Associate Professor of Sociology, North Dakota State University. When you enter to field to collect data for your dissertation or thesis, what are some basic safety precautions you need to consider? What does it mean to receive informed consent from individuals in a Tajikistani village? This short talk will delve into these and other related topics for you to consider as you prepare to enter t
URL:https://creeca.wisc.edu/event/fieldwork-tips-for-research-in-central-asia-safety-and-ethics/

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REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IMPROVEMENTS IN CENTRAL ASIA: HOW MUCH AND FORWHOM?

Date:July 25, 2019
Time:4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:A lecture by Cynthia Buckley, Professor of Sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.. The past three decades are marked bysubstantial improvements in many Reproductive Health indicators across thecountries of Central Asia. Increases in aggregate levels of knowledge, access and practice of family planning are particularly impressive and represent substantial improvements in the health and well being of women. However, are these benefits shared equally across all women? Employing qualitative and quantitative data Cynthia traces the impact of cultural norms an
URL:https://creeca.wisc.edu/event/reproductive-health-improvements-in-central-asia-how-much-and-for-whom/

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THE RISE AND FALL OF KHOQAND, 1709–1876

Date:August 8, 2019
Time:4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Location:206 Ingraham Hall
Description:A lecture by Scott Levi, Professor of History, The Ohio StateUniversity. This talk will introduce key themes from Scott Levi’s recent book on the Khanate of Khoqand, a surprisingly dynamic state that emerged over the course of the eighteenth century in eastern Uzbekistan’s Ferghana Valley. The talk will address the ways that political, economic, technological and environmental developments influenced life in Central Asia and contributed to the rise, and fall, of Khoqand. It will also identify a number of ways that Central Asians influenced the policies of their m
URL:https://creeca.wisc.edu/event/the-rise-and-fall-of-khoqand-1709-1876/

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