Risks, Rights and Responsibilities of Writers in the Public Sphere
A lunchtime discussion with Laurent Binet
Politicizing Human Rights in Israel/Palestine
The Charlie Hebdo Attack: Contexts and Implications
Panelists Omid Safi, Helen Solterer, and Céline Flécheux
Making Sense of Mali: Historical Perspectives on the Crisis in the Sahel
Emily Burrill, UNC - Chapel Hill; Hienen Ali Diakité, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon; Bruce Hall, Duke University; Gregory Mann, Columbia University; Oumou Sidibe, UNC - Chapel Hill; and George Trumbull, Dartmouth College
Eula Biss’s On Immunity: Vaccination and the Public Good
With Saiba Varma and Barry Saunders, MD, PhD. Moderated by Duncan Murrell.
Fatal Assistance Screening with Raoul Peck
With Raoul Peck and Jonathan Katz
Social Media, Activism, and Mascots
With Adrienne Keene.
brilliant brilliant @alexispauline on 'the problem with the passive past tense'— Thandi Loewenson (@ThandiLoewenson) July 12, 2018
'The passive voice is the language of the state. The status quo. The enforced state of being. It generates the mythology that violence of the state is inevitable. Nope.'https://t.co/2mYkYRmkKd