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  • The Center for Civic Engagement and Human Rights Radio present Making WAV(e)S: Engaging Stories for Local Radio This 3-part (12-hour) workshop will introduce you to the art of creating stories […] 0

    Making WAV(e)S: Engaging Stories for Local Radio

    The Center for Civic Engagement and Human Rights Radio present Making WAV(e)S: Engaging Stories for Local Radio This 3-part (12-hour) workshop will introduce you to the art of creating stories […]

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  •   Based on the groundbreaking book by award-winning journalist and Democracy Now! Co-host Juan González, Harvest of Empire takes an unflinching look at the role that U.S. economic and military interests played […] 0

    Screening: Harvest of Empire

      Based on the groundbreaking book by award-winning journalist and Democracy Now! Co-host Juan González, Harvest of Empire takes an unflinching look at the role that U.S. economic and military interests played […]

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  • THE FLOOD OF RIGHTS Organized by Thomas Keenan, Suhail Malik, and Tirdad Zolghadr LUMA / Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College / Bard College Human Rights Project 2013 Conference Arles, […] 0

    The Flood of Rights Conference

    THE FLOOD OF RIGHTS Organized by Thomas Keenan, Suhail Malik, and Tirdad Zolghadr LUMA / Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College / Bard College Human Rights Project 2013 Conference Arles, […]

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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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  • In light of the lack of information and resources on Syria during a time when the American public continues to debate on potential US intervention, this event is designed to […] 0

    Syria Teach-In

    In light of the lack of information and resources on Syria during a time when the American public continues to debate on potential US intervention, this event is designed to […]

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  •   “Screening of the film Ghosts of the Third Reich and Discussion”   Claudia Sobral, a Bard Alum of the Class of 1989, is a Brazilian-born Angeleno, the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors. […] 0

    Claudia Sobral’s “Ghosts of the Third Reich”

      “Screening of the film Ghosts of the Third Reich and Discussion”   Claudia Sobral, a Bard Alum of the Class of 1989, is a Brazilian-born Angeleno, the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors. […]

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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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