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  • PEACE AND RECONCILIATION IN UKRAINE AND POLAND: Past and Present of the Refugee Crisis

    Tuesday, March 29, 4:30 p.m.Singer Hall Room 033 Swarthmore College In recent weeks Poland has welcomed a greater number of refugees from Ukraine than any other country, often with striking warmth and generosity, although the relationship between the two nations has been complex over time. Swarthmore College faculty members Allen Kuharski and Barbara Milewski will…

  • Holding Tension – Making a Place at the Table for Continuing Revelation

    Holding Tension – Making a Place at the Table for Continuing Revelation

    This year’s Stephen G. Cary Memorial Lecture at Pendle Hill will be delivered by Swarthmore’s own Prof. Sarah Willie-LeBreton! Stephen G. Cary Memorial Lecture 2018 “Holding Tension – Making a Place at the Table for Continuing Revelation” by Sarah Willie-LeBreton April 2, 2018 7:30pm-9:00pm in the Barn at Pendle Hill. In this talk, I assume…

  • Israel/Palestine Film Series – Fall 2016

    Israel/Palestine Film Series – Fall 2016

    The Peace and Conflict Studies program will be organizing another Israel/Palestine Film Series this semester. Screenings are open to the entire community, and we hope you will join us. Israel/Palestine Film Series Sponsored by Swarthmore Peace and Conflict Studies All screenings are on Wednesdays at 4:15pm in the Lang Performing Arts Cinema September 7: Promises Israeli filmmaker documents a group…

  • Theater of Witness covers new ranges of emotional spectrum

    The following piece appeared in the most recent issue of The Phoenix. Theater of Witness covers new ranges of emotional spectrum By Daniel Bidikov on February 12, 2015 Theater of Witness is a series of staged dramatic performances and cinema pieces through which subjects recount complex personal histories. It was brought to Swarthmore on Monday, February…