The Ethics, Law, and Society Forum
Aug. 30 “Sylvia Rivera and the Fight Against the Carceral Machine”
Dr. Andrea Pitts, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Philosophy
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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
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Sept. 27 “Institutional Timeliness, COVID-19, and Trans Critique”
Dr. Amy Marvin, Gettysburg College, Philosophy
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Oct. 4 “Black Films Matter”
Professor Law Ware, Oklahoma State University, Philosophy
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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
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Oct. 25 “Sensorimotor Debility in Digital Cultures”
Professor Simon Penny, University of California-Irvine, Art
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Nov. 1 “Yellow Bodies in White Spaces”
Dr. Boram Jeong, University of Colorado-Denver, Philosophy
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Nov. 8 “Who am I? A Discussion About Transitions, Moral Injury, and Veteran Support”
David Reese, University of Maryland, Coordinator of Veteran Student Life
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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