hosted by Commonwealth Center for Humanities and Society
Blurring the Boundaries Among Physics, Chemistry, and Astronomy: The Moseley and Bohr Centenaries
The seventh annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture is November 20, 2013.
Taking the Rock Camp Model of Girls’ Empowerment to Bahrain
Opening reception for the Open Studio Weekend featuring artwork by artists participating in the Open Studio Tours.
13th Annual Steven Humphrey Student Philosophy Colloquium keynote address by Eileen John, University of Warwick
Michael Coyle, Professor of English at Colgate University will discuss the work of Pharoah Sanders.
Sponsored by the Philosophy Department
This presentation explores the Fair Trade Towns movement in which fair trade advocates and retailers are collaborating to 'grow the fair trade market' one community at a time by bringing together schools, places of worship, retailers and community organizations. These campaigns attempt to root fair trade consumption in local places--a critical turn in the fair trade movement which opens up a politics of possibility for the promotion of alternative economic practices.
An Ecotour with Biology Professor Margaret Carreiro
Benjamin Hufbauer, Art History, "America's Pyramids: Presidential Libraries in the 20th and 21st Centuries"
Film Screening with director Pankaj Rishi Kumar
How after two World Wars FRANCE and GERMANY found a NON-VIOLENT resolution to conflict. A public forum with Paul Graham, French Consul General and Dr. Christian Brecht, German Consul General.
A free, public talk by 2013 A&S Alumni Fellow David 'Jelly' Helm
This event has been cancelled
Hosted by the Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society