Details about our Spring 2019 events coming soon!
November 29, 2018: Science & Social Context Lecture Series with Dr. Fritz Davis - "Policies of Toxicity: Science and Pesticides"
November 13, 2018: Human Rights lab with Jeniffer Kaufmann-Buhler - "Everything but the Computer: The Politics and Logistics of Ergonomics in American Office Design"
October 16, 2018: Human Rights lab with Mary X. Mitchell - "Radiation and Rights"
September 18, 2018: Human Rights lab with Amber Nickell - "From Babi Yar to Bogdanovka: Encounters with the Holocaust in Contemporary Ukraine"
April 19, 2018: Scholars at Risk Lecture with Dr. Sayed Akhlaq - "Academia and Human Rights in Afghanistan"
April 10, 2018: Human Rights lab with T Cole Jones - "The Problem of Prisoners of War in the American Revolution"
March 7, 2018: Human Rights lab with Ann Marie Clark - "The Justice Politics of Rights: Human Rights and Global Development Advocacy"
January 23, 2018: Human Rights lab with Paul Danyi - "Bypassing Democracy: Why Domestic Human Rights NGOs in Democracies Use International Institutions"
Nov 16, 2017: Science & Social Context Lecture Series with Dr. Haley Oliver - "Building Food Technology Capacity to Improve Food Security in Afghanistan"
November 14, 2017: Human Rights Lab with Sorin Adam Matei - "Humanitarian Informatics: What it is and what it can be"
October 25, 2017: Human Rights Lab with Jozef Majernik - "Jan Patocka: The Life of a Dissident Philosopher under Communism"
April 24, 2017: Human Rights Symposium: Refugees Crisis Past and Present
April 5, 2017: Human Rights Lab with Ellen Gruenbaum - "Extending Gendered Human Rights: The Case of FGM/C in a World of Harmful Global Practices"
March 21, 2017: Human Rights Lab with William Gray - "Almost Infamous: Why West Germans Stopped Highlighting Human Rights Abuses in Brazil"
February 8, 2017: Human Rights Lab with Elizabeth Wirtz - "Keeping and Breaking Promises: The Shifting State of Refugee Policy Under the Current US Administration"
November 3, 2016: Science & Social Context Lecture Series with Dr. Diego Soares da Silveira - "Copyright, Knowledge, and Intercultural Translation Practices: Science and Indigenous Knowledge in Contemporary Brazil"
September 7, 2016: The Human Rights Program Launch Event, Featuring Elisa Massimino's Talk - "U.S. Leadership on Global Human Rights"
April 18, 2016: Theodora Dragostinova's Talk - "From the Iron Curtain to Fortress Europe: The Refugee Crisis and the European Idea at a Crossroad"
March 11-12, 2016: The Human Rights Spring Forum
December 14, 2015: Don Howard's Talk - "In Defense of (Virtuous) Autonomous Weapons"
November 17, 2015: Csongor István Nagy's Talk - "Do European Union Member States Have to Respect Human Rights?: The Application of the European Union's 'Federal Bill of Rights' to Member States"