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Wednesday February 4th
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Faculty Brown Bag with Dr. Isabel Mukonyora
Location: Tate Page Hall 214
Description:

Wednesday, February 4th  12-1:00pm TPH 214

Dr. Isabel Mukonyora   

"Four Ways into an African Sacred Wilderness: A study of Johane

 Masowe’s Teaching"

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Tuesday February 17th
4:00pm - 5:00pm
ISCR Third Tuesday Tea (T3)
Location: DSU 2123/2124
Description:

PRESENTER:    Dr. Elizabeth Gish, Th.D

                      Assistant Professor of Honors Interdisciplinary Studies

TOPIC/TITLE:  "Christianity and Sexual Identity"

 

The Third Tuesday Tea (T3) is a monthly opportunity for WKU faculty, staff, students and community members to gather together to discuss - often complex - contemporary social issues. The typical format of this discussion includes a short presentation on a predetermined topic followed by a facilitated discussion.

This gathering occurs on the third Tuesday of each month throughout the semester.  ICSR T3 events are swipe-able and include refreshments, when possible.

Examples of past T3s: Guam: Where American Colonialism Continues.., Media & Politics; Rumble in the Jungle: How Big Oil Has Come to Rule Our World and What We Can Do About It; The Ballot or the Bullet (remix): Black Voter Suppression and Premature Death; Women Writing Women: Gender, Art & Society

Thursday February 19th
4:00pm - 5:00pm
ICSR Film Series
Location: TBA
Description:

PRESENTER: TBA

TOPIC: TBA

The film series includes a monthly film/video that addresses a range of topics. The films, hosted by different facilitators each time, range from election coverage to issues of gender, race, and representation. ICSR has also paired up episodes of television shows like Leave it to Beaver and Modern Family to give a then-and-now comparative approach to social issues. We encourage all faculty, staff, and students to attend and participate in both the watching of these films and the lively conversation that follows. Film events are swipe-able. Often, the film series will link to the Third Tuesday Tea topic (T3s take place on Tuesdays, while film series events will be on Thursdays of the same week).

 Examples of Past Films: Crude, Women Art Revolution, Milk, Freedom
Writers, V for Vendetta, The Insular Empire:America in the Mariana Islands.
Thursday February 26th
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Dr. Jean Dennison
Location: DSU 3020
Description:

The first speaker in ICSR's Spring Speakers Series is Dr. Jean Dennison.

Dr. Jean Dennison

Assistant Professor, Anthropology Department

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

“Teaching Race & American Indians in the Southern Classroom”  

-Wheelchair accessible

-For other accommodations contact: icsr@wku.edu

-Swipe-able

-Reception following talks

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