Andreas Weber

Toward a Poetic Ecology

Nov 2, 2017 | 5:30pm
FPH | Main Lecture Hall
A public lecture with German biologist and eco-philosopher Andreas Weber

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Perry Zurn

Let My Questions Be a Pry Bar: Sketching a Disability Critique of Curiosity

Wednesday, October 4th from 12-1pm, ASH Lobby
A lunch talk with Perry Zurn, Assistant Professor of Philosophy American University

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Being and Becoming Professionally “Other”: Identities, Voices, and Experiences of U.S. Trans* Academics

Wednesday, October 4th at 4pm, West Lecture Hall
A talk with Erich Pitcher, Associate Director of Research and Communication with Diversity & Cultural Engagement at Oregon State University

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Linguistic Bodies and the Materiality of Microaggressions

October 12th from 12-1:30pm, ASH Auditorium
A lunch talk with Elena Cuffari, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Worcester State University

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Sharing Cities: Activating the Urban Commons

An interactive presentation and workshop with Tom Llewellyn, Strategic Partnerships Director at

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TESA's Rise Up: Game of People and Power

TESA Collective: Rise Up!

A game night with the Hampshire alum-led TESA Collective, featuring their newest game.

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No More Heroes: Grassroots Strategies for Accountable Organizing

A public lecture with journalist and organizer Jordan Flaherty How can we fight back in this moment? How do we build a better world? What does accountable organizing look like? What is the role for people with privilege in liberation movements? A conversation with journalist and organizer Jordan Flaherty about his new book “No More […]

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Wall of SOURCE Healing and Resilience

Unveiling of Wall of SOURCE Healing and Resilience, a collaborative Division III project by Mikaela Gonzalez. Through this process, Mikael brought students of color together to envision and create a permanent public mural as an intentional act of community building for resilience in the present and future.

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Feminism, Science, and Corporeal Politics: the Case of Affective Kinship

A lecture by Dr. Victoria Pitts-Taylor Feminist critiques of biological approaches to kinship have often condemned their determinism–their treatment of biology as fixed genetic blueprint for social organization–and their ignorance of, or dismissal of, familial structures that do not follow heteronormative reproductive imperatives. But a focus on how kinships are socially shaped is not sufficient […]

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Care/Work: Queer Disabled Femme of Color Magic

A performance with Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha In this performance presentation, poet Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha will read from new and recent work focused on queer hard femme disabled poetics of color: the intersections of working class femme smarts and survival, crip world, femme on femme of color intimacies, and the rebellions and vulnerable strengths found therein. […]

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