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Month: December 2017

  • New Class of Lang Opportunity Scholars Announced for 2020

    We want to extend our congratulations to the new 2020 class of Lang Opportunity Scholars!!   New Class of Lang Opportunity Scholars Announced for 2020 December 15th, 2017 As the newest recipients of the Eugene M. Lang Opportunity Scholarship [LOS], six Swarthmore sophomores will be tackling social action projects around the globe. “The Lang Scholar Class…

  • Writing from the Wound: Literature and Disenchantment in Postwar Central America

    Writing from the Wound: Literature and Disenchantment in Postwar Central America

    “Writing from the Wound: Literature and Disenchantment in Postwar Central America” Nanci Buiza, Assistant Professor of Spanish Tuesday, December 12th, 4:15 PM McCabe Library Atrium Open to the Public Professor Buiza will examine how contemporary Central American writers have made literary art out of a heritage of violence, trauma, and social disaffection. Torn by decades…

  • Infographic Session – Climate Disruption Class

    Please join the students in Climate Disruption, Conflict, and Peacemaking (PEAC 055 / ENVS 031) for an infographic session (similar to a poster session) on Monday morning December 11 at 10:30 a.m. in Shane Student Lounge. Refreshments provided.  This is a zero waste event.   With thanks for support from the Lang Center for Civic…