CWUNews FeedNews Feed Nagy presents at the International Congress in Germany, 11 Feb 2015 10:51:22<h3>Prof Nagy, presenting at the International Congress “The Future Starts Now” in Baden-Baden, Germany, the lecture “Ethics and Aesthetics: Dentistry as Technē”.</h3><h3><img alt="Proffesor Nagy presenting in front of a screen with a powerpoint slide displayed" src="/political-science/sites/" style="width: 500px; height: 333px; border-width: 2px; border-style: solid;"></h3><p><img alt="Close up of professor Nagy presenting" src="/political-science/sites/" style="width: 500px; height: 333px; border-width: 2px; border-style: solid;"></p><p><img alt="Group photo of presenters holding roses to the camera and smiling" src="/political-science/sites/" style="width: 500px; height: 333px; border-width: 2px; border-style: solid;"></p><p><img alt="Overview photo of the venue that the presentations took place, there are round tables decorated eloquently in front of a stage." src="/political-science/sites/" style="width: 500px; height: 333px; border-width: 2px; border-style: solid;"></p>Spring 2016 Schedule WITH Office Hours, 10 Feb 2015 12:55:57<h3><br><img alt="" src="/political-science/sites/" style="width: 500px; height: 647px;"></h3></br>Check out your new Academic Senator!, 26 Jan 2015 09:48:26<p><img alt="" src="/political-science/sites/" style="width: 400px; height: 615px;"><br>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p></br>Summer 2016 Courses, 08 Jan 2015 19:19:17<h3><img alt="" src="/political-science/sites/" style="width: 501px; height: 173px;"></h3>Check out the Mass Incarceration and Racial Justice series!, 14 Dec 2012 10:14:22<h3><img alt="" src="/political-science/sites/" style="width: 500px; height: 773px;"></h3><p><u><strong>MONDAY, APR. 25</strong></u><br>Tyrone Howard, Ph.D.: “Black Male(d): Peril and Promise in the Education of Black Males”<br>7 p.m. • SURC Theatre<br>Executive Director of the Black Male Institute at the University of California Los Angeles. Renowned speaker on educational equality, author, speaker, professor and recipient of more than $5 million in research grants.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><h3>&nbsp;</h3><p><strong><u>WEDNESDAY, APR. 26</u></strong><br>Race, Masculinity and Mass Incarceration: A Panel Discussion<br>4 p.m. • Black Hall 150<br>Participants are Natalie Cisneros (Seattle Univ.), Brady Heiner (Cal State-Fullerton), and Andrew Dilts (Loyola Marymount) and will be moderated by Cynthia Coe.</p><p><u><strong>THURSDAY, Apr. 28</strong></u><br>Tyrone Bledsoe, Ph.D.: “Saving Lives, Salvaging Dreams”<br>7 p.m. • SURC Theatre<br>Founder and current Executive Director of the Student African American Brotherhood Organization, a nationwide organization with over 250 chapters in 40 states. Selected as one of the most outstanding social innovators in the world by Ashoka, a global association of the world’s leading social entrepreneurs.</p><p><strong><u>THURSDAY, APR. 28</u></strong><br>Katherine Beckett, Ph.D.: “How We Created Mass Incarceration and How it Can Be Reversed”<br>7 p.m. • Dean Hall 104</p><p><u><strong>WEDNESDAY, MAY 11</strong></u><br>Douglas A. Blackmon: “Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of African Americans Between the Civil War and WWII”<br>7 p.m. • SURC Ballroom<br>Journalist, author, and 2009 Pulitzer Prize winner for General Non-Fiction. Currently the host and executive producer of American Forum, a weekly public affairs program broadcast on over 100 PBS stations nationwide.</p><p><strong><u>MONDAY, MAY 16</u></strong><br>Lisa Monchalin, Ph.D.: “The Criminalization of Indigenous Peoples: Continued Colonization, Sexualization, and Legal Manipulation”<br>7 p.m. • SURC 137B<br>Dr. Monchalin, of Algonquin/Metis/Huron/Scottish descent, is the first indigenous woman to hold a Ph.D. in Criminology in Canada. She recently authored “The Colonial Problem: An Indigenous Perspective on Crime and Injustice in Canada.” She is committed to addressing injustice to indigenous peoples in North America.</p><p><u><strong>TUESDAY, MAY 17</strong></u><br>Lion Rock Visiting Writers Series: Natalie Diaz<br>7:30 p.m. • Wellington Event Center<br>Poet and author whose work has been featured in Narrative, Poetry Magazine, Iowa Review and more with a focus on Mojave language rehabilitation. Recipient of a 2013 Nimrod/Hardman Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry.&nbsp;</p><p><strong><u>WEDNESDAY, MAY 25</u></strong><br>Demetrice A. Worley, Ph.D.: “Consigned to Oblivion: Murdered and Disappeared Women of Color and the Criminal Justice System”<br>7 p.m. • Black Hall 151<br>Bradley University Professor of English, poet, author, and scholar of African American literature.</p><p><strong><u>TUESDAY, MAY 31</u></strong><br>Reducing Mass Incarceration in Washington State<br>4 p.m. • SURC Ballroom<br>A panel will address strategies for reducing mass incarceration.</p></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br></br>