Philosophy Religion & Liberal Studies, Department of

Announcement    Thursday, September 29, 2022
In this lecture, Dr. Sundstrom will discuss the role of women’s health activism in Ireland and the U.S. to build a reproductive justice movement. She will highlight the understudied roles of women’s heath activists, who have redefined women’s health and reproduction, making them central concerns in Irish society and government. Dr. Sundstrom will share research that emerged from her Fulbright grant in Ireland to examine gender, science and technology in the global movement for women’s...
Event    Thursday, October 6, 2022
In this lecture, Dr. Sundstrom will discuss the role of women’s health activism in Ireland and the U.S. to build a reproductive justice movement. She will highlight the understudied roles of women’s heath activists, who have redefined women’s health and reproduction, making them central concerns in Irish society and government. Dr. Sundstrom will share research that emerged from her Fulbright grant in Ireland to examine gender, science and technology in the global movement for women’s...
Announcement    Monday, August 29, 2022
Women in Politics: A Panel Discussion with Current and Former Elected Officials Wednesday, August 31st from 3:30-4:45pm Magnolia Ballroom, Georgia College Featuring: Mary Parham-Copelan, Mayor of Milledgeville Cathy Cox, President of Georgia College & State University, former Georgia Secretary of State Skye Gess, Baldwin County Solicitor General Moderator: Victoria Gordon, Coverdell Visiting Scholar, Department of Government and Sociology About the Speakers: Mary Parham-Copelan is...
Event    Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Women in Politics: A Panel Discussion with Current and Former Elected Officials Wednesday, August 31st from 3:30-4:45pm Magnolia Ballroom, Georgia College Featuring: Mary Parham-Copelan, Mayor of Milledgeville Cathy Cox, President of Georgia College & State University, former Georgia Secretary of State Skye Gess, Baldwin County Solicitor General Moderator: Victoria Gordon, Coverdell Visiting Scholar, Department of Government and Sociology About the Speakers: Mary Parham-Copelan is...
Announcement    Friday, May 6, 2022
This lecture examines Anuk Arudpragasm's debut novel The Story of a Brief Marriage as a lens for exploring subjectivity in instances of extreme social rupture. Dinesh, a refugee of the Sri Lankan civil war and the novel's protagonist, develops complex, shifting relationships with his environment, objects, other refugees, and himself--all of which culminate in a transformative experience centered on the body and one's own relation and conception of the self-formed by sensory experience...
Event    Monday, May 9, 2022
This lecture examines Anuk Arudpragasm's debut novel The Story of a Brief Marriage as a lens for exploring subjectivity in instances of extreme social rupture. Dinesh, a refugee of the Sri Lankan civil war and the novel's protagonist, develops complex, shifting relationships with his environment, objects, other refugees, and himself--all of which culminate in a transformative experience centered on the body and one's own relation and conception of the self-formed by sensory experience...
Announcement    Tuesday, April 26, 2022
This lecture examines Anuk Arudpragasm's debut novel The Story of a Brief Marriage as a lens for exploring subjectivity in instances of extreme social rupture. Dinesh, a refugee of the Sri Lankan civil war and the novel's protagonist, develops complex, shifting relationships with his environment, objects, other refugees, and himself--all of which culminate in a transformative experience centered on the body and one's own relation and conception of the self-formed by sensory experience...
Event    Friday, April 29, 2022
This lecture examines Anuk Arudpragasm's debut novel The Story of a Brief Marriage as a lens for exploring subjectivity in instances of extreme social rupture. Dinesh, a refugee of the Sri Lankan civil war and the novel's protagonist, develops complex, shifting relationships with his environment, objects, other refugees, and himself--all of which culminate in a transformative experience centered on the body and one's own relation and conception of the self-formed by sensory experience...