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Month: November 2017

  • Events Near Swarthmore This Weekend, 12/1/2017-12/3-2017

    This weekend, December 1-2, Pendle Hill, the Quaker retreat center on the other side of Crum Wood is holding a one-day (and one evening) workshop: Right to Refuse: When Community Rights and Corporate Rights Conflict and What to Do Next Featuring: Chad Nicholson, Malinda Harnish Clatterbuck, Dianne Herrin, and Paula Kline https://pendlehill.org/events/right-refuse-community-rights-corporate-rights-conflict-next/ Whether it is…

  • Spring 2018 Course Offerings

    The Peace and Conflict Studies program at Swarthmore College is happy to share its course offerings for the Spring 2018 semester. 21 courses are eligible for program credit, including 4 courses taught within the Peace and Conflict Studies program and 17 cross-listed courses. Click here to download the list of eligible courses. More information on Peace and Conflict Studies…

  • Friends, Peace, and Sanctuary Launch Event

    Our friends in the Swarthmore College Library and the Lang Center for Civic and Social Responsibility invite you to join them on Sunday, Nov. 19th from 1:00-4:00 at the Perelman Building at the Philadelphia Museum of Art to learn more about Swarthmore College’s Friends, Peace, and Sanctuary project. At the event, you can meet the book artists…

  • UPCOMING WORKSHOP — Weaving the Threads: Intersectionality, Sustainability & Environmental Justice

    UPCOMING WORKSHOP — Weaving the Threads: Intersectionality, Sustainability & Environmental Justice

    How do we identify and address intersectional concerns (e.g. from racism, to poverty, to militarism, to homelessness, and more) in our sustainability work and activism? How do we connect our various initiatives within a framework of environmental justice? How do we communicate these visions with others? On Monday, November 20, join Peace and Conflict Studies and Environmental Studies for a workshop with…