Reception for Linda Mussmann, activist and co-founder of the Hudson-Based art warehouse Time & Space Limited
Co-sponsored with the Government Department
War and Women’s Lives: Lessons from the Iraq War
Cynthia Enloe, professor in the department of International Development and Director of Clark University’s Women Studies Program
Food Justice: Food as the Vehicle for Connecting Communities
Debra Richardson, program director of the Utica Culinary Institute, keynote speaker, DSJP Student-Faculty Conference
Ending Human Trafficking in Our Lifetime
Norma Ramos, executive director of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women Ending Human Trafficking in our lifetime. http//www.catwinternational.org/about/index.php
Resources and Conflict in the West Bank
Rachel Boylan '12 talks about her experiences in the West Bank during the summer 2010.
Coffee Hour: Free Speech/Hate Speech with Professors Yvonne Zylan, Frank Anechiarico, and Robert Martin.
Coffee Hour with Bob Moses ’56, president and founder of The Algebra Project
Co-sponsored with the Cultural Education Center
Toward an Acoustemology of Detention in the Global War on Terror
Suzanne Cusick, professor of music, New York University
Matinee and post performance "talk back" of "Slaughter City," a play by MacArthur Fellow, Naomi Wallace. Wallace will be on campus as the Tolles lecturer next semester.
Co-sponsored with the Theatre Department
David Schlosberg, Environmental Studies, Northern Arizona University
"From Environmental Justice to Ecological Justice"
Environmental Justice and Environmental Humanities at the Crossroads
Julie Sze, director of the Environmentalk Justice Project for UCDavis' John Muir Institute for the Environment
Environmental Justice and Sustainability
Giovanna Di Chiro, research associate in environmental studies at Mount Holyoke College, and co-director of the Pioneer Valley Environmental Justice Coalition.
A Little Good News for a Change: Religious Environmentalism and Environmental Justice
Roger S. Gottlieb, professor of philosophy, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
2008 Student and Faculty Conference
Keynote speaker K. Animashaum Ducre, associate professor of African American Studies at Syracuse University.
Opening panel discussion on Environmental Justice and Sustainability with faculty: Erol Balkan (Economics), Joyce Barry (Women's Studies), Peter Cannavo (Government), Ernest Williams (Biology), Moderated by Professor Ann Owen
Co-sponsored with the Levitt Center
The Invisable Cure: Africa and the west and the Fight against AIDS
Helen Epstein, Visiting Research Scholar, Princeton University
Beyond Hamilton: Global Public Health
A panel featuring Hamilton Jennifer Giacomini '99 and Sarah Taylor '03
Bringing the Body Back to Testimony: Disability and the problem of Voice
Alexa Schriempf, Gaius Charles Bolin Fellow in Philosophy, is a doctoral student at Penn State University. Her dissertation on "Material Witness: Disability and Testimony" emerges from an interest in feminist philosophy, ethics, epistemology, and disability studies.
A Second Mouse's Agenda: A Model for Changing Local Governance and Promoting Positive Youth Development
Philip Uninsky, J.D. and Ph.D., executive director, Partnership for Results
Is Diversity Bad for Civic Health? A Discussion about Putnam's Social Capital Benchmark Survey
Brown Bag Lunch with Professor Ted Eismeier
Contingency Plans for the Avian Flu in Nigeria and South Africa
Brown Bag Lunch with Allison Gaston-Enholm
Fact versus Truth: Examining Health Disparities Through Diverse Illness Narratives
Rafael Campo, associate professor of medicine, Harvard Medical School
Co-sponsored with the Department of English
Sandra Steingraber, Ecologist, author, and cancer survivor, Sandra Steingraber is an internationally recognized expert on the environmental links to cancer and reproductive health.
Social Justice Conference
A student and faculty conference to be held at Hamilton College. The conference featured two plenary speakers addressing "What is Social Justice" and opening performance of the play Let Me Down Easy by Anna Deavere Smith. Dr. Leslie Paul Thiele, Department of Political Science, University of Florida opened the conference
Diversity and Social Justice Project Panel: Working for Social Justice in jobs that pay a living wage
Thomas Acampora '05, Rebecca Libed '99, Ali Cherry '03
Scaling the Ivory Tower: Preliminary Data on the Instrumental Relationships of Doctoral Students of Color
Nikisha Williams '01, Pre-Doctoral Fellow of Psychology, Denison College.
Activism In Academia: Local Perspectives
Vivyan Adair, Elihu Root Peace Fund Associate Professor of Women's Studies; Doug Ambrose, Sidney Wertimer Associate Professor of History; Tiffany Patterson, Associate Professor of Africana Studies; Penny Yee, Associate Professor of Psychology
Something is actually happening: should academics do something about it?
Dr. Alice Domurat Dreger, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago