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The Allbritton Center presents the second of our panels on the 2016 Election  Beyond the Curtain: Campaign Financing, Gerrymandering, and Barriers to Voting We have three wonderful panelists:                  Dave Daley, author of Ratfucked, an incredibly important recent book, reviewed in the NY Times and elsewhere, that explains gridlock in Congress as largely due to […]

Anthropology & #BlackLivesMatter A Discussion of research, activism in relation to the Decolonizing Anthropology Project Panel featuring:  Dawn Elissa Fischer (SFSU), Bianca Williams (UofC-Boulder) and Gina Athena Ulysse (Wes U) Tuesday, November 1st, 4:30-6:00pm, Beckham Hall About the speakers: Dawn-Elissa Fischer (Africana Studies, San Francisco State University) is completing two manuscripts entitled Blackness, Race and Gender Politics in […]

You are cordially invited to the second of three panels on the current refugee crisis, sponsored by the Allbritton Center and the Office of the President, this Wednesday, 2/17, 7PM in PAC 001: The Refugee Experience Steve Poellot, Legal Director, International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) Mohammed Kadalah, UConn Department of Literature, Cultures & Languages; recently […]

The Theater Department would like to invite you and your students to a panel discussion featuring Wesleyan Theater Department alumni discussing their work and careers in theater after Wesleyan. Theater After Wesleyan Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 5:30pm CFA Hall FREE! Five Wesleyan Theater Department alumni talk about their work and careers in theater after Wesleyan. […]

Teaching Evaluations Panel Monday, May 4 at 7-8:30pm in Usdan 110     *desserts and coffee* Hosted by Female Economists of Wesleyan. This event is co-sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs, Society for Underrepresented Students in STEM, Women of Color in STEM Forum, and Wesleyan Women in Science. PANELISTS: Professor Joyce Jacobsen (Dean of Social Sciences, 2015-2016 Interim Provost), Professor Lisa […]

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