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  •   jointly taught by professors Thomas Keenan & Brent Green (Cross-listed with Film and Electronic Arts) State governors (and the President) in the United States possess a strange remnant of […] 0

    Advocacy Video: Clemency

      jointly taught by professors Thomas Keenan & Brent Green (Cross-listed with Film and Electronic Arts) State governors (and the President) in the United States possess a strange remnant of […]

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  • Rahile Dawut, a professor at Xinjiang University in Ürümqi in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, is a folklorist and ethnographer. She created and directed the University’s Minorities Folklore Research Center […] 0

    HR 105 Human Rights Advocacy: spotlight on Uyghur scholar Rahile Dawut

    Rahile Dawut, a professor at Xinjiang University in Ürümqi in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, is a folklorist and ethnographer. She created and directed the University’s Minorities Folklore Research Center […]

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  • Human Rights senior projects going back to 2010 have been archived and are available for viewing in the Bard Digital Commons 0

    Human Rights Senior Projects Now Available Online

    Human Rights senior projects going back to 2010 have been archived and are available for viewing in the Bard Digital Commons

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  • The Keith Haring Fellowship in Art and Activism brings a prominent scholar, activist, or artist to Bard College each year, where they spend one semester in residence, teaching in the […] 0

    Keith Haring Fellowship in Art and Activism

    The Keith Haring Fellowship in Art and Activism brings a prominent scholar, activist, or artist to Bard College each year, where they spend one semester in residence, teaching in the […]

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  • is an auditory platform exploring contemporary topics and issues in human rights, and includes edited talks from the Human Rights Project lectures series, interviews with leading human rights scholars, practitioners, […] 0

    Human Rights Radio

    is an auditory platform exploring contemporary topics and issues in human rights, and includes edited talks from the Human Rights Project lectures series, interviews with leading human rights scholars, practitioners, […]

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  • is an exploratory research and action initiative at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. Through teaching, public programs, research, and engagement with communities in the region and globally, the Project aims at […] 0

    The Human Rights Project

    is an exploratory research and action initiative at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. Through teaching, public programs, research, and engagement with communities in the region and globally, the Project aims at […]

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  • is a trans-disciplinary program involving such diverse fields as literature, political studies, history, anthropology, economics, film and media, and art history. It emphasizes integrative historical and conceptual investigations, and offers […] 0

    The Human Rights Program

    is a trans-disciplinary program involving such diverse fields as literature, political studies, history, anthropology, economics, film and media, and art history. It emphasizes integrative historical and conceptual investigations, and offers […]

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  • is designed to give students the opportunity to experience first-hand the professional human rights environment, an integral part of human rights education and scholarship. At the moment, our program is […] 0

    The Internship Program

    is designed to give students the opportunity to experience first-hand the professional human rights environment, an integral part of human rights education and scholarship. At the moment, our program is […]

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