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The Art, Architecture, & Design Museum hosts a lecture by Jane Gottlieb, “Looking At France with Jane Gottlieb,” inn conversation with Director Bruce Robertson, at 5:30 PM in the museum.
Several panels throughout the day. This day-long symposium, hosted by the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center (IHC) of the University of California, Santa Barbara, will explore the building of intellectual communities across systemic divides through the humanities. FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, McCune Conference Room 6020 HSSB.
The GCLR will host a guest lecture by Marina Warner in the McCune Conference Room on the 6th floor of the HSSB at 4 - 6PM.
UC Berkeley Architecture Professor Ronald Rael’s talk, sponsored by the IHC, will reexamine what the 650 miles of physical barrier dividing the US and Mexico is and could be in the McCune Conference Room, 6020 HSSB, at 4 PM.
Matthew Fulkerson (UCSD) will deliver a talk for the Philosophy Department at 4 PM in SH 5617.
The History Department presents former Santa Barbara mayor Sheila Lodge's “History of Planning in Santa Barbara” at 2-5PM at the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation (on campus).