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Monday, 04 Feb 2019

Monday Monologues series

Feb 04, 2019

12:15 PM - 12:45 PM

Grant Wood Foyer, Parks Library

free

University Library Arts, performances Lectures

"The Music of Poetry, The Poetry of Music," Debra Marquart, professor of English. Experience original music from jazz-poetry rhythm and blues project, The Bone People. Marquart will discuss the process of writing poems and songs, and demonstrate how the band adapts auditory landscapes for her performance poems.

Lecture: Materializing Time and Space

Feb 04, 2019

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

130 Design

free

College of Design Lectures

Emily Hermant, an interdisciplinary artist whose large-scale work explores themes of communication, gender, labor and the spatial experiences of the body, will talk about the past decade of her arts practice, which spans textiles, sculpture, installation and digital technologies.

Tuesday, 05 Feb 2019

Lecture: Ames Connection to WW2's Manhattan Project

Feb 05, 2019

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

2019 Morrill Hall

free

University Museums Arts, performances Lectures

Learn how a small group of scientists from Ames played a critical roll in The Manhattan Project.

Thursday, 07 Feb 2019

Lecture: Left, Right and Liberalism in Public Life

Feb 07, 2019

6:30 PM

2019 Morrill Hall

free

ISU Lecture Series Diversity Lectures

David T. Koyzis, a Fellow in Politics at the St. George's Centre for Biblical and Public Theology, will discuss how the labels "left" and "right" mask the dominance of liberal individualism, contributing to political polarization.

Lecture: The Science of Flirting

Feb 07, 2019

8:15 PM

Great Hall, Memorial Union

free

ISU Lecture Series Diversity Lectures

Jeffrey Hall is an associate professor of communication studies at the University of Kansas and an expert on flirting and communication in romantic relationships.

Friday, 08 Feb 2019

Friday Research Seminar: Topologies: Aesthetics and Contexts in Computational Systems in Visual Arts Practice

Feb 08, 2019

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM

130 Design

free

College of Design Lectures

Johnny DiBlasi, a new assistant professor in the Department of Art and Visual Culture, will discuss issues regarding technology's effects on the arc of visual arts practices and theories and how these ideas inspire his own creative inquiry. Part of the IDRO Friday Research Seminar Series.