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
(Bring your Own) Brown Bag Lunch
Resources and Conflict in the West Bank
Rachel Boylan '12 will make a presentation on her experiences in the West Bank during the summer 2010.
4:10 p.m. Sadove Student Center at Emerson Hall, Sunroom
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
2:00 p.m. Minor Theater
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.
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