Tuesday, June 1 at 11:30
Zoom Link: https://seattleu.zoom.us/j/98026694773 / Meeting ID: 980 2669 4773
Jewish-American author Rebecca Sacks will be discussing her critically acclaimed first book City of a Thousand Gates (HarperCollins, 2021) in Dr. Nova Robinson's UCOR 1400: Arab-Israeli Conflict course. The book explores life in the occupied West Bank and reveals the power of literature to encourage empathy and understanding. Students and faculty are welcome to join the conversation. RSVP to receive access to the chapter that will be discussed with Sacks, which is about masculinity in Israel.
Placental Politics: Indigenous Feminist Historiography, CHamoru Women’s Activism, and U.S. Military Colonialism in Guam.
Monday, May 24, 2021 5-7 pm PST
Dr. Christine DeLisle, author of Placental Politics: CHamoru Women, White Womanhood, and Indigeneity under U.S. Colonialism in Guam (forthcoming). Dr. DeLisle is Associate Professor of American Indian Studies at University of Minnesota. Forthcoming, UNC Press.
HOW CHANGE HAPPENS: REVOLUTIONS
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 5:50-7 PST
This is the final part of a three-part panel series organized by the Seattle University History Department.
All are welcome to this free event.
Any questions? Contact Dr. Tom Taylor at Twtaylor@seattleu.edu
HOW CHANGE HAPPENS: PROTEST
Tuesday, February 2, 2021 5:50-7 PST
In the wake of the George Floyd murder, the COVID virus and electoral politics, protests have become an ever-present experience across the US and the world. This panel explored historical examples of protests and assessed their effectiveness as agents of change.
HOW CHANGE HAPPENS: ELECTIONS
Wednesday, October 21, 3:45-5 p.m.
This event was the first of a three-part series over the 2020-21 academic year. This event examined some key historical elections and their lessons and implications for the 2020 Presidential Election. Short presentations were followed by questions, commentaries and conversation.