Lectures Archive

  • Screening and discussion with filmmakers Katia Maguire and April Hayes   JESSICA GONZALES VS. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is the story of a domestic violence survivor’s groundbreaking quest to […] 0

    Jessica Gonzales vs. The United States of America

    Screening and discussion with filmmakers Katia Maguire and April Hayes   JESSICA GONZALES VS. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is the story of a domestic violence survivor’s groundbreaking quest to […]

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  • Journalist and two-time recipient of the George Polk Award, Juan Gonzalez will visit Bard to deliver a talk on his book The Harvest of Empire. Gonzalez’s work The Harvest of Empire focuses […] 0

    Juan Gonzalez

    Journalist and two-time recipient of the George Polk Award, Juan Gonzalez will visit Bard to deliver a talk on his book The Harvest of Empire. Gonzalez’s work The Harvest of Empire focuses […]

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  • Amahl Bishara is Professor of Anthropology at Tufts University. 0

    Amahl Bishara “The Routes of Knowledge: Driving in Israel and the West Bank”

    Amahl Bishara is Professor of Anthropology at Tufts University.

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  • A talk by Kerry Bystrom, Bard Faculty Representative to Bard College Berlin & Associate Professor of English and Human Rights, Bard College. Using Mark Behr’s controversial novel The Smell of Apples (1995) […] 0

    Kerry Bystrom “Reading the South Atlantic: Southern Africa, Latin America and the Cold War.”

    A talk by Kerry Bystrom, Bard Faculty Representative to Bard College Berlin & Associate Professor of English and Human Rights, Bard College. Using Mark Behr’s controversial novel The Smell of Apples (1995) […]

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  •   “Settler Appropriations in Palestine/Israel”   Settlerness—the conception, practice and production of the settler self—has been subject to several transformations in the history of Palestine/Israel. During the recent decades, new […] 0

    Nicola Perugini

      “Settler Appropriations in Palestine/Israel”   Settlerness—the conception, practice and production of the settler self—has been subject to several transformations in the history of Palestine/Israel. During the recent decades, new […]

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  •   “Revolution, Rights, and Political Imagination in the Middle East and North Africa Today”   Tom Porteous is the deputy program director at Human Rights Watch and is based in […] 0

    Tom Porteous

      “Revolution, Rights, and Political Imagination in the Middle East and North Africa Today”   Tom Porteous is the deputy program director at Human Rights Watch and is based in […]

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  •   “Birthright Palestine”   During the lecture Dana Yahalomi, Public Movement Leader,  presented key strategies developed by the movement alongside examples of previous actions. In the last six years, Public […] 0

    Dana Yahalomi

      “Birthright Palestine”   During the lecture Dana Yahalomi, Public Movement Leader,  presented key strategies developed by the movement alongside examples of previous actions. In the last six years, Public […]

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  •   “Driving in India: A Personal Story of Life, Tea, and Human Rights Research in the 21st Century”   Peter Rosenblum has recently come to Bard after 10 years at […] 0

    Peter Rosenblum

      “Driving in India: A Personal Story of Life, Tea, and Human Rights Research in the 21st Century”   Peter Rosenblum has recently come to Bard after 10 years at […]

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  •   “Abolition and Emancipation, A Dialogic Approach”   Robin Blackburn is a Leverhulme research fellow at the University of Essex in the UK. Between 2001 and 2010 he was Visiting Professor […] 0

    Robin Blackburn

      “Abolition and Emancipation, A Dialogic Approach”   Robin Blackburn is a Leverhulme research fellow at the University of Essex in the UK. Between 2001 and 2010 he was Visiting Professor […]

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  •   “The Disappearance of Authority”   In her book Loser Sons: Politics and Authority, Ronell writes: Something that still holds us hostage, authority has for all intents and purposes disappeared: it […] 0

    Avital Ronell

      “The Disappearance of Authority”   In her book Loser Sons: Politics and Authority, Ronell writes: Something that still holds us hostage, authority has for all intents and purposes disappeared: it […]

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