The O'Donnell Lecture will feature three panelists: Melisa Casumbal-Salazar (Whitman College, Politics ) does research in Southeast Asia on gender and transnational feminisms and the politics of embodiment. Melisa is currently working on a book titled “Unintelligible Bodies: Gender, Time, and the Political in the Philippines.”
Susan Rose (Dickinson College, Sociology and Director, Community Studies Program) specializes in the sociology of...
Susan Rose's film "The Clothesline Documentary" documents the visual display that bears witness to violence against women, and experiences with healing and community building.
As a grassroots movement, It extends work begun in Cape Cod in the early 1990s and builds upon Dickinson College’s Pennsylvania Clothesline Project that interviewed women about the making and the meaning of their shirts.
"Federal Environmental Regulation Reconsidered"
Professor Adler is the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law and the Director of the Center for Business Law and Regulation at Case Western Reserve University.
The Classical Liberalism Speakers Fund supports outside speakers who address topics from the classic liberal tradition, and is shared by the Department of Economics and the Environmental Studies program.
An intrepid Victorian adventuress, a Japanese Emperor's mistress, Pope Joan, and a Flemish avenger are the honored guests at Marlene's celebration of her promotion to the head of a London employment agency. Caryl Churchill's seminal play considers the sacrifices and compromises that come with rising to the top.
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Wild Reverence is a documentary film chronicling the plight of the iconic wild steelhead along the west coast of America. Wild Reverence "The Plight of the American Wild Steelhead" chronicles one of the most sought after fish on the planet and the severe decline of wild populations with hope and solutions for the future. This screening is sponsored by the Tri-State Steelheaders and the Environmental Studies Program at Whitman.
Women, Children and Families in the Military Communities of the Western Roman Empire.
Elizabeth M. Green teaches in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario. Her fields of expertise include Roman archaeology and social history, Romanization and imperialism, and the Roman military. She is currently Area Supervisor for the Vindolanda North Field Project., directing the team excavating the Roman...
1868: John Muir enters Yosemite, wrestling against nature and his own demons. 2009: a lone wolf leaves his pack in Northeastern Oregon, embarking on a historic 1000-mile journey. One will change the landscape of our nation, and the other will remind us of the indelible wild spirit that lives in us all.