Critical Conversations

Save the Date for upcoming Critical Conversations:

The IUPUI Conflict Resolution and Dialogue Program is pleased to offer the following event: 

Critical Conversation: A space for informal, unfussy, intellectual dialogue about timely events

Suffrage, Voting Rights and Elections:Safeguarding Democracy

Wednesday, March 4, 2020, Noon – 1:15 p.m.,IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Wynne Courtroom (Room IH 100)

Panelists:
Anita Morgan, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer for History, IU School of Liberal Arts
Michael J. Pitts, J.D., Professor of Law, IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Kristina Horn Sheeler, Ph.D., Professor of Communication Studies, IU School of Liberal Arts
Joseph Tucker Edmonds, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and Religious
Studies, IU School of Liberal Arts


Moderators: Dan Griffith, J.D., Director, Conflict Resolution & Dialogue Programs, Division
of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; and Kathleen S. Grove, J.D., IUPUI Office for Women


Questions: Contact Dan Griffith at dgriffit@iupui.edu (317-278-4230)
This event is part of IUPUI’s Women’s History Month 

The ILCE Office sponsors monthly Critical Conversations where participants can engage in a timely issue over the lunch hour. These Critical Conversations provide informal collegial space to dialogue about issues of social justice, equity and inclusion and are open to IUPUI faculty, staff, students and the Indianapolis community.

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Past Critical Conversation Topics
The Freedom of Gender Expression
K(no)w Voice, K(no)Power: Exploring Authenticity and Identity
Who Gets to Speak About What on Campus?
Focus Group: The Campus Climate for Political Engagement
Talking About Race, Religion and Politics on Campus
Modern Myths: HIV/AIDS
Engaging with Democracy - Civics Refresher
Gender Bias in the Workplace
Bullying in Academia
Hate Speech vs. Free Speech: Where Do We Draw the Line?
The Other Wes Moore - Pre-Event Book Discussion
Negotiating Loaded Rhetoric in the Presidential Campaign

 

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