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  1. Susanne Ghez: A Renaissance Woman

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    In celebration of Susanne's 40 years of leadership. Thank you for everything, Susanne.

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    • Dawoud Bey Artist Talk

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      May 13, 2012 Since 1975, Chicago-based photographer Dawoud Bey has developed a body of work distinguished for its commitment to portraiture as means for understanding contemporary social circumstances.…

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      • Abdelmajid Hannoum, "The Harraga of Tangier"

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        April 22, 2012 Abdelmajid Hannoum, Associate Professor, University of Kansas, Lawrence Harraga, "those who burn" in Arabic, refers to North Africans who attempt to illegally migrate to…

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        • Laila Lalami and Ahmed El Shamsy

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          April 16, 2012 Arab Spring: Unfoldings Refoldings Laila Lalami, novelist, journalist Ahmed El Shamsy, Assistant Professor, University of Chicago Using Egypt and Morocco as grounding for a discussion…

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          • William Kutz

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            April 15, 2012 Globalization on the Margins, Tangiers’ Socio-Spatial Fabric William Kutz, PhD candidate, Clark University Over the past several years Kutz has conducted extensive fieldwork…

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            • Hug, Lonberg-Holm, Mallozzi

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              April 1, 2012 Charlotte Hug, viola Fred Lonberg-Holm, cello Lou Mallozzi, turntable, spoken word, assorted devices We are extremely pleased to welcome back this trio, which could be named…

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              • Damion Romero

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                March 31, 2012 Los Angeles based Romero is engaged in intense low-level sound manipulation. The product of homemade tone generators, his dense buzz and drone work has to be felt to be believed.

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                • Cristin Wildbolz, double bass solo

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                  May 23, 2004 "I hear with my eyes. my skin, my body. My movement, my posture generate the sound." Cristin Wildbolz doesn't play the double bass, she is the double bass. Come hear her…

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                  • Brad Brickner, solo clarinet

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                    October 5, 2004 Hyde Park native Brad Brickner is an accoplished clarinetist with an outstanding repertoire of twentieth-century solo works. This concert with feature compositions by S. James Kurtz,…

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                    • Phantom Limb and Bison

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                    • Teodoro Anzellotti, accordion

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                      December 9, 2008 An excerpt from Teodoro Anzellotti's accordion performance.

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                      • The Zs

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                        March 14, 2005 The Zs (Sam Hillmer, Alex Mincek, Charlie Looker, Mathew Hough, Brad Wentworth, Ian Antonio) are a double trio--two saxophones, two guitars, two drummers--from New York. Working between…

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