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Insight Garden Program Presentation
Monday, November 20, 12:15 – 1:15 pm
Hampton Room, Scripps College
Join us for a presentation by Amanda Berger, the program director of the Insight Garden Program, to find out how you can get involved in sustainable approaches to transform lives, end cycles of incarceration, and create safer prison environments and communities.
Suzanne Petroni, PhD: The Missing Link: Gender in International Development
Tuesday, November 28, 2017, 4:00-6:00 pm
Suzanne Petroni, PhD brings 25 years of experience in foreign policy, global development, and gender equality to the discussion of international development programming.
Revolution and Ritual: The Photographs of Sara Castrejón, Graciela Iturbide, and Tatiana Parcero
Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College
August 26, 2017 – January 7, 2018
Revolution and Ritual brings together works by representative figures of three generations of photographers in Mexico, their careers spanning 100 years. Castrejón, the least known of the three, was one of the few female photographers who documented the Mexican Revolution. Iturbide is known best for her photographs of the daily lives of Mexico’s indigenous cultures, while Parcero, a contemporary photographer, splices images of her own body with cosmological maps and pre-Columbian Aztec codices. By bringing their work into conversation, Revolution and Ritual will invite visitors to consider how photography has been transformed over the past century in Mexico and how it continues to respond to artists’ interest in representing present and past, self and other. The exhibition draws on Scripps College’s academic strength in feminist and gender studies and the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery’s expanding photography collection, with its special emphasis on women who have shaped the photographic field.
Healthy Relationships Lunchtime Talks
The EmPOWER Center, 1030 Dartmouth Ave, 12:00-1:00 pm
November 7th: Boundary Setting
CONSPIRACY THEORY – CONSPIRACY FACT: Understanding a perplexing social phenomenon
Fall 2017, Benson Auditorium, Pitzer College
If recent news headlines are any indication, CONSPIRACY THEORY – CONSPIRACY FACT represent a prevalent theme in contemporary public discourse, be it theories that the attacks on 9/11/2001 were an “inside job,” that Volkswagen engineers conspired to disguise their vehicles’ emissions profiles, or that U.S. elections have been “rigged” or otherwise improperly influenced by foreign or domestic actors. Further, the phenomenon is by no means new; attempting to explain events by appealing to nefarious collaborators working in secret behind the scenes has a long and rich history. Complicating this situation, part of being a historically-informed citizen involves recognizing that sometimes conspiracies do, in fact, occur (e.g., the Watergate conspiracy). Despite this, the academic study of conspiracy theories—what philosopher Matthew R.X. Dentith calls “conspiracy theory theory”—has only recently begun to blossom. In Fall 2017, Pitzer hosts a distinguished series of investigators from fields as various as Philosophy, History, Political Science, Anthropology, Journalism & Media Studies will visit the Munroe Center for Social Inquiry to share what they have learned about conspiracies and conspiracy theories.
Pomona Women’s Union Thursday Noon Discussion Series
Every Thursday, Noon, throughout the academic year
Pomona Women’s Union, Upper Walker Lounge, Pomona College
Guest speakers address a variety of topics on women, gender, and sexuality. All are welcome.
Complimentary buffet lunch served at 11:30 a.m.
The Motley Coffeehouse
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