2022 Events

2022 Events

2022 Spring Events

April

Fridays 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 - 1pm-4pm, Robinson 205
Visit the Museum of Anthropology at Rowan University, MARU, and Learn about human origins, the megafauna, origins of animal domestication, primates, cultures, and more!

Wednesday 4, 2pm, Chamberlain Student Center Ballroom
The Future of Emergency Management is Now: New Jersey and Beyond

Tuesday 5, 3:30-8:30, Welcome Center 116
A Celebration of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribe of South Jersey
Co-sponsored with the History department, SJICR, and CHSS

Tuesday 12, 7pm - 9pm Discovery Hall 415
Film Series, "The Auschwitz Report" (2021)

Wednesday 13 - 12:30 - 1:30, Robinson 310
RCHGHR Book Club & Hollybush Author Series
Timothy Snyder "On Tyranny Graphic Edition: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Centerury"
Co-sponsored with SJICR

Thursday 14, 5pm - 6:15pm Wilson Hall 105
Discussion Series, Mikkel Dack "Everyday Denazification in Postwar Germany"
Book Discussion led by RCHGHR Student Association, Co-sponsored with German Studies

Monday 25 & Wednesday 27, 5pm - 6:30pm Robinson Hall 121
Student Presentations on Genocide

Monday 25, 3:30pm Chamberlain Student Center Rm 221
Global Security: Where Intelligence and Risk Assessment Meet the National Football League
Sponsored by Global Security of the NFL, Disaster Science & Emergency Management and CHSS

Wednesday 27 7:30pm-9:30pm, Tohill Theatre Bunce
Holocaust Survivor Plays
The Manya Project: "Number 25673: The Story of Itka Frajman Zygmuntowicz" and "This Horrible Thing: Elizabeth Erlich Roth's Story of Survival and Loss"
Co-sponsored with the College of Performing Arts

Thursday 28, 7:30pm - 9:30pm Bunce Tohill Theater
Holocaust Survivor Plays
"The Manya Project: "Try to Survive: Rose Ickowica Rechnic's Memory of the Holocaust" and "Girl in a Striped Dress: The Holocaust Story of Rosalie Lebovic Simon"
Co-sponsored with the College of Performing Arts

Friday 29, details to come...
Ethics Conference
The department of Philosophy and World Religions holds their annual Ethics Conference. 

May

Sunday 1, 6pm, Terra Nova, Sewell
Seniors of Distinction Awards Ceremony
An awards ceremony/dinner for those who excelled in their respective departments. A private/invitation only event. 

Tuesday 10, 9am-5pm, Bunce Green
CHSS Commencement


2021 Fall Events

November

Fridays 5,12, and 19 - 10am-4pm, Robinson 205
Visit the Museum of Anthropology at Rowan University, MARU, and Learn about human origins, the megafauna, origins of animal domestication, primates, cultures, and more!

Between Present and Future: On Du Bois' Radical Pessimism and Radical Hope
Wednesday 3 - 5:00-6:15pm, Engineering 319 and Zoom
Theorizing at Rowan
Co-sponsored by the Africana Studies Program, the Department of Political Science and Economics, and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Cambodian Genocide Survivor Chanty Jong
Wednesday 3 - 6:30-8:00pm, Westby 111

Annual Paul B. Winkler Lecture 
Co-Sponsored with Asian Studies

Education: Refugee, Integrating Authentic Literature in the Classroom with Alan Gratz
Thursday 4 - 7:30-9:30, Virtual (info coming soon)
Speaker Series 
Co-Sponsored with The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education

Quo Vadis, Aida? (2020) 
Tuesday 9 - 3:00-5:00pm, Robinson 310

Film Series 

Wendy Lower "The Ravine" with SJICR
Wednesday 10 - 12:30-1:30, James 1112

Book Club 

Dr. Jacob Blanc, "Before the Flood: The Itaipu Dam and the Visibility of Rural Brazil"
Thursday 11 - 11:30am, Zoom 
Hollybush Author Series
Dr. Jacob Blanc, University of Edinburgh

International Careers Info Session
Thursday 11 - 12:30pm, Zoom
Carmen Mezzera from the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA)

Sean R. Roberts, “War on the Uyghurs: China’s Internal Campaign Against A Muslim Minority”
Wednesday 17 - 6:30-7:45pm, Zoom

Hollybush Author Series 
Dr. Sean R. Roberts, 

Virtual Tour of the NYC Jewish Heritage Museum - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
Friday 19 - 1:00pm, Discovery Hall 101

The 'tour' will be in-person and broadcast in Discovery Hall 101. 

Pandemic Passages in Global Perspective
Friday 19 - 12pm, Zoom
Panel includes, Dan Margolies, Yuhi Li, Artur Yeghiazaryan, Narine Abrahamyan, Harriet Hartmann
sponsored by the Sociology and Anthropology department; International Studies and CHSS

Author Courtney Gould on Writing LGBTQ+ YA Literature
Monday 22 - 2pm, Zoom (email slaterk@rowan.edu to register)
Author of The Dead and the Dark

Computerization and Crime in the US
Tuesday 23 - 2pm, Zoom
Pallab Ghosh, Associate Professor and Graduate Director of Economics at the University of Oklahoma
co-sponsored by CHSS and the Political Science and Economics Department

Sir Michael Cianci, “Human Rights in China and Ethiopia,” RCHGHR Student Association
Tuesday 23 - 5:00-6:15, Savitz 321

Speaker Series 
Co-Sponsored with Asian Studies

December

Fridays 3, 10 and 17 - 10am-4pm, Robinson 205
Visit the Museum of Anthropology at Rowan University, MARU, and Learn about human origins, the megafauna, origins of animal domestication, primates, cultures, and more!

Student Presentations on Genocide Professor Jody Russell Manning
Wednesday 1 and Monday 6 - 3:30-5:30, Library 401


Wendy Lower, "The Ravine" 
Wednesday 8 - 12:30-1:30, James 1112
Book Club