CELS Lecture Series

 

The Ethics, Law, and Society Forum

Fall 2021

Mondays, 12:00-12:50pm Pacific, Held Online

Free and open to the public

 

Register in Advance:

https://SonomaState.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_t0akqjKLTKCRHcOgayHDHQ

  

Aug. 30     “Sylvia Rivera and the Fight Against the Carceral Machine”

Dr. Andrea Pitts, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Philosophy

Click here to see video of Dr. Pitts' lecture.

 

Sept. 13    “How White People Listen”

Dr. Storm Heter, East Stroudsburg University, Philosophy

 

Sept. 20    “Criminal Punishment and Gender-Based Violence: The Limits of Incarceration”

Dr. Amelia Wirts, University of Washington, Philosophy

Click here to see video of Dr. Wirts' lecture.

 

Sept. 27    “Institutional Timeliness, COVID-19, and Trans Critique”

Dr. Amy Marvin, Gettysburg College, Philosophy

Click here to see video of Dr. Marvin's lecture.

 

Oct. 4        “Black Films Matter”

Professor Law Ware, Oklahoma State University, Philosophy  

                Click here to see video of Professor Ware's lecture.

 

Oct. 18      “Healing at the Intersections: Combating Intersectional Invisibility in Therapy”

RaiNesha L. Miller, PhD., Johns Hopkins University Counseling Center,

Coordinator of Services for Black Students

         Click here to see video of Dr. Miller's lecture.

 

Oct. 25      “Sensorimotor Debility in Digital Cultures”

                  Professor Simon Penny, University of California-Irvine, Art

             Click here to see video of Professor Penny's lecture.

 

Nov. 1       “Yellow Bodies in White Spaces”

Dr. Boram Jeong, University of Colorado-Denver, Philosophy

   Click here to see video of Dr. Jeong's lecture

 

Nov. 8       “Who am I? A Discussion About Transitions, Moral Injury, and Veteran Support”

David Reese, University of Maryland, Coordinator of Veteran Student Life

Click here to see David Reese's lecture.     

                             

Nov. 15     “Mindfulness and Kindness: Resonating with Self and Other”

Dr. Andy Wallace, Sonoma State University, Philosophy

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This series is supported with the generous help of SSU Instructionally Related Activities