The Outlook for the 2020 Election
The last of three Presidential debates took place on October 22, 2020. Did the debates give us a glimpse of what to expect from the upcoming election? What were the most debated points and policy stances, and what might have been missing? The Knapp Social Science Center and the CPLA invite you to join Wellesley social science faculty for a debrief, conversation, and Q&A.
Faculty panelists: Maneesh Arora, assistant professor of political science; Jennifer Chudy, Knafel Assistant Professor of Social Sciences, assistant professor of political science; Erich Matthes, associate professor of philosophyfrom, director of the Frost Center for the Environment; Daniel Sichel, professor of economics; Natali Valdez, assistant professor of women’s and gender studies.
This event is open to Wellesley College faculty, staff, students, and alumnae.
Please register in advance.
Nov 30, 7 PMWôpanâôt8âuhshâôk, A Wampanoag Language Journey
An overview of the Wampanoag language’s place on the Land. This talk will also cover some of its history with respect to initial European contact and discuss language reclamation and the work that brings us to where we are today.Event Date:Monday, November 30, 2020 - 7:00pm
Dec 8, 3:30 PMThe Fate of Freedom in a Global Pandemic
A timely, power-packed panel with the executive director of Human Rights Watch and two human rights journalists, who will reflect on the ways in which state-sponsored repression has grown under the cover of the global pandemic.Event Date:Tuesday, December 8, 2020 - 3:30pm