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Month: April 2021

“What’s in a Name?” virtual talk by Dr. LinDa Saphan on 4/19 at 5pm CST

“What’s in a Name?” virtual talk by Dr. LinDa Saphan on 4/19 at 5pm CST

For Southeast Asians, New Year is being celebrated in mid-April. Cambodian’s New Year has been associated with the takeover of Phnom Penh by the genocidal regime of the Khmer Rouge in 1975. To celebrate the beginning of the year of the Ox, we welcome LinDa Saphan to give a talk entitled “What’s in a Name?: From Thai Refugee Camp to New York City art gallery”. The talk will be held on Monday, 4/19, at 5pm CST via Zoom. (see flyer for…

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Faculty panel discussion on Richard Rothstein’s “Color of Law”

Faculty panel discussion on Richard Rothstein’s “Color of Law”

The Departments of Education, Economics, and the Neuhoff School of Ministry sponsored an interdisciplinary panel on Richard Rothstein’s “Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America”. The panelists included Dr. Mark Petersen (UD- History), Dr. Tammy Leonard (UD- Economics), Dr. Carla Pezzia (UD- Human and Social Sciences), and Dr. Tobias Winwright (St. Louis University- Theology). The event was moderated by Dr. Andrew Osborn (UD- English) and Dr. Jose Espericueta (UD- Modern Languages). You can find the…

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