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TODAY at 6 pm “Between Us and the World: Ferguson, United States of America, and The Lynching of Michael Brown”

10710792_774495079263852_5428354654590208223_nExploring Economic Justice Series Event

Lecture: “Between Us and the World: Ferguson, United States of America, and The Lynching of Michael Brown.” (this lecture will focus on recent events in Ferguson, MO)

Dr. Jelani Cobb, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Institute for African American Studies University of Connecticut

Mildred and Ernest Mayo Concert Hall

6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

TODAY Psychology Lecture from TCNJ Alumna

Fri. Oct. 17 Psychology Lecture Series Dr. Shana Cole (NYU and TCNJ alumna), Title:  “Seeing is for Self-Regulating: Motivated Perceptual Processes Aid Goal Pursuit.”  Location: Science Complex P101 12:30-1:20pm  

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 8 Speech for “Justice”

Community Learning Day Keynote Speaker: Wes Moore. Intellectual Theme of 2014-2015: “Justice” Kendall Hall, Main Auditorium, October 8, 2014 12:00-1:20 PM The College of New Jersey Wes Moore is a Rhodes Scholar and an Army combat veteran. As a White House Fellow, he worked as a special assistant to Secretary Condoleezza Rice at the State…

“Why We Should Not Celebrate NJ’s 350th Birthday”

On Thursday, October 2, Dr. William Carter (History) will be giving a talk called in the NJ 350th Anniversary Lecture Series called: “Why We Should Not Celebrate NJ’s 350th Birthday: Lenapes, Land, and the Legacy of Colonialism.” Time: 5:30 pm Place: Library Auditorium

TODAY International Film Series Showing: “The Horses of Fukushima”

Today at 6:30 p.m. there will be a showing of the Japanese film, “The Horses of Fukushima.” The film “traces the turbulent fate of a horse that survived the Great East Japan Earthquake, and the powerful footage of the Soma wild horse chase Shinto ritual at the climax is not to be missed,” according to…

Anniversary of U.S. Constitution lecture to discuss modern civil rights

“This [year] is the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, a watershed event in attempting to protect minority groups, particularly at the time African-Americans, from discrimination in political participation, economic opportunity and physical integrity rights,” said Dr. Brian Potter, the new Chair of Political Science at TCNJ. In fact, 2015 will be the 50th…

A Warm Welcome to our New HSS Faculty!

This academic year we have invited two new faculty members to become a part of the HSS community. Dr. Tao Dumas (Political Science) and Dr. David Mazeika (Criminology) have some thoughts to share with their coworkers and students to give some background on what topics they study and why they chose to study them. Dr. Mazeika,…

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