Mellon Seminar

From 2014 to 2017, the Mellon Seminar examined the interrelationship between violence and non-violence. The Seminar’s theme from 2017 to 2020 will be “Migration and the Humanities.”

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Writers Speak

Writers Speak brings significant contemporary writers to speak on campus, with the intention of fostering literary conversation.

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The Environment Forum

The Environment Forum is dedicated to exploring new work in the arts and humanities that reframes or reimagines the relationship of humanity to the rest of nature.

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Virtual Roundtable on Presidential First Use of Nuclear Weapons

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Read newly published transcripts of the Nov. 4 conference on "Presidential First Use of Nuclear Weapons: Is it Legal? Is it Constitutional? Is it Just?" at a Virtual Roundtable at Public Books