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Calendar of Events


Levitt Center

Open to off campus guests (Public)
Levitt Center Conference Room, Map #14
Title: "Migration and Entrepreneurship in the Senegalese Diaspora"

Lunch provided. Please rsvp here.

Co-sponsor: The Endeavor Fund, the Off Campus Study International Curricular Integration Initiative, and the Department ...

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Levitt Center Conference Room, Map #14
Title: "A Taste of Place: The Emergence of the Local Food Movement in Central New York"

How has CNY gone from an economically depressed post-industrial region to an area with a vibrant local food scene?What avenues has the local food movement developed in communities, and how can we explore its changes to consciousness of sustainability?

Steve E...

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Levitt Center Conference Room, Map #14
Melinda Little, Levitt Innovator-in-Residence with experience in financing socially-conscious ventures in Upstate New York, will be presenting

"Designing a Theory of Change Workshop"

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Levitt Center Conference Room, Map #14
Melinda Little, Levitt Innovator-in-Residence with experience in financing socially-conscious ventures in Upstate New York, will be presenting 

"Crowdfunding Lunch Workshop"

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Levitt Center Conference Room, Map #14
Marc Randolph, Hamilton Alum and founder of Netflix will be talking about his social impact work and leadership, will be taking questions from participants.

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Open to off campus guests (Public)
Levitt Center Conference Room, Map #14
The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the Everyday Politics of Race

In this talk, based on her book The Limits of Whiteness (2017, Stanford University Press), Neda Maghbouleh shares the curious, under-theorized story of how Iranian Americans move across a white/not-white color line. By contextualizing her ethnographic data with neglected hi...

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Open to off campus guests (Public)
Levitt Center Conference Room, Map #14
talk title "Votes, values and values voters"

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Open to off campus guests (Public)
Levitt Center Conference Room, Map #14
David Herd and Anna Pincus who organized the refugee tales in England will be on campus on October 16. 

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Open to off campus guests (Public)
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 125 Bradford Auditorium, Map #14
Michael Klosson' 71, Director of Relief Operations, Save the Children USA will present a lecture titled "Children and the Refugee Crisis'. The event is free and open to the public.

Michael Klosson joined Save the Children in January 2007 and serves as Vice President for Policy and Humanitarian Response. He oversees the agency’s public policy and adv...

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Open to off campus guests (Public)
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) Commons Area 1st floor, Map #14
Project Title: "Archaeology as Advocacy: Celebrating Cultural Heritage in Transylvania Mining Communities"

Event: A Pop-up Museum Exhibit of Traditional Medicinal Plants in Bocium, Romania

Colin Quin

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Contact Information


Levitt Center

Kirner-Johnson 251
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
315-859-4451 levitt@hamilton.edu
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