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What’s So Deep About Deeply Divided Societies: Lebanon’s Uprising Against Sectarian Neoliberalism

Humanities Room 119 1030 N Columbia Ave., Scripps College, CA, United States

This lecture will focus on Dr. Rima Majed's scholarship related to the Lebanon uprising of 2019. Rima Majed is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at American University of Beirut (AUB). Her research focuses on social movements, sectarianism, conflict and violence, and gender and intersectionality in the Middle East. She holds a PhD and an MSc […]

Son de Madera Concert Fandanguito to Follow

Margaret Fowler Garden Scripps College, CA, United States

Son de Madera is an artistic group who specializes in the interpretation and composition of one of the traditional musical genres of southern Mexico: the Son Jarocho. Formed in 1992, Son Jarocho rises from the heart of fandango. Son Jarocho music travels through the world creating and recreating sounds that are nourished by a deep […]

The U.S. and the Struggle for International Justice in Ukraine

Hampton Room, Scripps College 1030 N Columbia Ave., Scripps College, CA, United States

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has resulted in an unprecedented alignment of international actors supporting accountability processes. And the atrocities committed in Ukraine have been extensively documented. But achieving accountability through international mechanisms like the International Criminal Court is more challenging than it seems. Drawing on his recent experience as a policy advisor in the Pentagon, […]