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Tag: culture

  • Iraqi cultural production after the invasion and occupation

    The William J. Cooper Foundation and the Arabic section of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Swarthmore College invite you to “Debris and Diaspora: On Iraqi Culture”, a lecture by Iraqi writer and filmmaker Sinan Antoon 6:00 pm Tuesday, April 15, 2014 Science Center 101 Swarthmore College Sinan Antoon, associate professor at the…

  • Transforming Ethnopolitical Conflict course aligns with visiting mural artist residency

    Drop-add has begun, and spots are available in Professor Lee Smithey’s course, Transforming Intractable Conflict (SOCI 025B).¬† This course is registered in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology but can also be counted toward a minor in Peace and Conflict Studies. How can long-term deadly conflicts between groups with opposing ethnic identities change in ways…

  • Latoya Peterson hip-hop feminist and anti-racist blogger

    The Pop¬†Culture Hustle Latoya Peterson, blogger at Racialicious.com, is coming to speak at Swarthmore! A certified media junkie, Latoya Peterson provides a hip-hop feminist and anti-racist view on pop culture with a special focus on video games, anime, American comics, manga, magazines, film, television, and music. Tuesday, 11/22 7:00 pm SCI Center, 199 Hosted by…