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  • Dr. George Lopez: What Queries about Peace are Most Relevant Today?

    Dr. George Lopez: What Queries about Peace are Most Relevant Today?

    Join us in the Scheuer Room at 1.15 p.m. on Tuesday, February 6 as we extend a warm PCS welcome to Dr. George Lopez, who will share insights from his four decades of experience in peacebuilding and economic sanctions. Dr. Lopez has moved the hands on the Doomsday Clock at the head of the Bulletin…

  • Book Talk: All Water Has Perfect Memory, a Palestinian-American memoir by Nada Samih-Rotondo

    Book Talk: All Water Has Perfect Memory, a Palestinian-American memoir by Nada Samih-Rotondo

    Braving the winter chill as we gear up for the spring semester, please join PCS in giving a warm welcome to Palestinian-American author Nada Samih-Rotondo, who will be discussing her memoir All Water Has Perfect Memory in the Scheuer Room at 4.30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 30.

  • Race, Religion, and Anti-Muslim Discrimination Conference

    Race, Religion, and Anti-Muslim Discrimination Conference

    Join us on Friday, February 2nd at the Lang Performing Arts Center for a Cooper Series seminar bringing together an array of distinguished panelists to examine Islamophobia within the U.S., on the global geopolitical stage, and through the lens of race.

  • PCS Alumni Reflect on Leadership

    PCS Alumni Reflect on Leadership

    Taking place on November 27 in the Scheuer Room of Kohlberg Hall, the Peace and Conflict Studies alumni panel brought together a diverse group of accomplished recent graduates for a wide-ranging conversation about how the worldview, knowledge, and skills they developed during their time with PCS have shaped their professional trajectories. In a discussion facilitated…

  • Video Recording: Quaker Organizational Leadership Panel

    Video Recording: Quaker Organizational Leadership Panel

    A recording of the Quaker Organizational Leadership Panel on 12/6 is available here if you missed the event and want to catch up!

  • Quaker Organizational Leadership Panel

    Quaker Organizational Leadership Panel

    Come to the Scheuer Room in Kohlberg Hall on Wednesday, December 6 to hear representatives from seven prominent Quaker organizations discuss leadership and career opportunities!

  • Dr. Marci Shore on Ukraine: Past, Present, Future

    Dr. Marci Shore on Ukraine: Past, Present, Future

    Peace and Conflict Studies is pleased to welcome Dr. Marci Shore of Yale University for her lecture “Ukraine: Past, Present, Future.” Dr. Shore will be speaking on Thursday, November 30 from 4.30 to 6 p.m. in Trotter 210.

  • Alumni Panel on Leadership

    Alumni Panel on Leadership

    Join us in the Scheuer Room on Monday, November 27 from 7:30 to 9p.m. as we welcome back some of our phenomenal recent alums to share their reflections on leadership!

  • Alum Book Talk: Andrew Sniderman, author of “Valley of the Birdtail: An Indian Reserve, a White Town, and the Road to Reconciliation”

    Alum Book Talk: Andrew Sniderman, author of “Valley of the Birdtail: An Indian Reserve, a White Town, and the Road to Reconciliation”

    We’re pleased to welcome Swarthmore alum and Harvard Law School student Andrew Sniderman ’07 back to campus! We’ll be discussing his book “Valley of the Birdtail: An Indian Reserve, a White Town, and the Road to Reconciliation” on Tuesday, November 14, 2023, from 1:15 to 2:30pm in the Scheuer Room in Kohlberg Hall.

  • Dr. Shayna Weiss on Israeli Music and Judaism

    Dr. Shayna Weiss on Israeli Music and Judaism

    Our Palestine/Israel lecture series continues on Tuesday, Nov 7 with a talk from Dr. Shayna Weiss of Brandeis University on Israeli music and Judaism. Join us as usual at 2.40pm in the LPAC Cinema—pizza will be served.