11/6Geography Colloquium - Dr. Maxim Samson
Geography Colloquium - Dr. Maxim SamsonFriday, November 6th, 202012:15 PM - 01:15 PMOtherWebEx event
Dr. Maxim Samson, DePaul University
Event link: https://uconn-cmr.webex.com/uconn-cmr/onstage/g.php?MTID=edb7288a86efd41b57402df8d3531c91e
Following a number of high-profile attacks, security has become a key concern for diverse places of worship in the United States and abroad. However, the impacts of these threats on religious practice and community, and their relationship with questions of citizenship and belonging, remain under-explored. This talk addresses these issues in the case of Chicago, first highlighting the ways in which security issues now represent a proxy for religious groups’ place in American society, and second demonstrating how these strategies are helping to reshape religious practice today. It concludes by addressing the unevenness of security concerns among religious communities, revealing how attending a place of worship confident of one’s safety has become a privilege not available to all.
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11/11PoliSci Talks: Post-Election Panel
PoliSci Talks: Post-Election PanelWednesday, November 11th, 202001:30 PM - 03:00 PMStorrs Campusonline
Paul Herrnson and Ronald Schurin will discuss the results from the 2020 United States Presidential and
Political Science undergraduate majors will pose questions to the panel, followed by an open Question & Answer period.
Webex URL: https://uconn-cmr.webex.com/uconn-
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11/19Renee Cramer (Drake University)
Renee Cramer (Drake University)Thursday, November 19th, 202011:00 AM - 12:15 PMStamford CampusOnlineContact Information: Prof. Beth Ginsberg (email@example.com) More
11/20Business & Human Rights Roundtable On Collegiate Sourcing
Business & Human Rights Roundtable On Collegiate SourcingFriday, November 20th, 202002:30 PM - 03:30 PMOtherVirtual
sourcing and licensing, together with business representatives from leading collegiate
apparel companies Outerstuff and Colosseum. How is the collegiate apparel sector
adapting in the midst of a pandemic, shifting trade relations, and increased attention
to the nexus between race, sports and business? These professionals discuss the
challenges and opportunities in this unprecedented time.
Participation by registration only.
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11/30Is The University Colonial?: Critical Conversations On Its Present
Is The University Colonial?: Critical Conversations On Its PresentMonday, November 30th, 202012:00 PM - 01:30 PMStorrs CampusVirtualContact Information: email@example.com More