2021 Events

2021 Events

2021 Fall Events

September

Every Friday in September - 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!

Wednesday 15 - 12:30-1:30, James 1112
Book Club 
Wendy Lower, "The Ravine"
Co-sponsored with SJICR

Wednesday 22 - 3:30 PM Zoom meeting
Hollybush Author Series, Dr. Alison Mountz (Professor of Geography and Canada Research Chair in Global Migration, Wilfrid Laurier University)
The Death of Asylum: Hidden Geographies of the Enforcement Archipelago 

Thursday 23 - 5:00-6:15, Webex
Discussion Series 
“Human Rights in the World” Panel Discussion led by RCHGHR Student Association
Co-Sponsored with Phi Alpha Theta and The Student History Association

Tuesday 28 - 11:00-12:15, Webex
Hollybush Author Series 
Kate Brown, “The Great Chernobyl Acceleration:Environment and Health in the Nuclear Age”

Wednesday 29 - 5:00-6:30 PM
International Studies Open House, CSC 221
You are invited! International Studies @ Rowan Open House! For prospective students and their families. Please join us to meet the program coordinator and affiliated faculty, get to know some students who share your interests, and learn about our exciting curriculum and co-curricular programming!
Preregistration is required-please click this link: Registration 

Wednesday 29 - 6:30-9:15, Robinson 204
Film Series 
“Sometimes in April”
Co-sponsored with Africana Studies

Thursday 30 - 11am, Zoom meeting
11th Annual Africana Studies Welcome Back Reception
Learn more about the Africana Studies major and minor. Meet diverse faculty who teach courses like: The Black Lives Matter Movement, International Modern African Union, Tangled Politics & Natural Hair, African American Film, and Hip-Hop Culture: Music, Lifestyle, Fashion and Politics.

October

Every Friday in October, 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!

Monday 4 - 12:30-1:30, Library 403
Speaker Series 
Seran Schug, “Rise of Humanitarianismand Mental Health in Armenia”
Co-sponsored with the Sociology and Anthropology Dept.

Tuesday 12 - 12:30, Webex
Gender Dynamics and Working Parents During the Pandemic
How have working parents coped with COVID-19? Join us for a discussion of the gender dynamics involved with meeting the demands of home and work during the pandemic. Dr. Kristen Shockley is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Georgia and Associate Editor of both the Journal of Business and Psychology and the Journal of Applied Psychology.

Wednesday 13 - 12:30-1:30, James 1112
Book Club 
Wendy Lower, "The Ravine" with SJICR

Thursday 14 - 5:00-6:15, James 2104
Discussion Series
“Antisemitic Tropes in Literature and Film,” Panel Discussion led by RCHGHR Student Association
Co-sponsored with Jewish Studies, Phi Alpha Theta, The Student History Association, and Rowan Cinema Club

Tuesday 19 - 5:00-7:00, Savitz 321
Film Series 
“Final Account” (2020) with German Studies

Wednesday 20 - 9:30 AM, Virtual (info coming soon)
Hollybush Author Series, Dr. Sara Vigil (Stockholm Environmental Institute, in Bangkok, Thailand)
Geopolitical Ecologies of Environmental Change, Land Grabbing and Migration

Tuesday 26 - 5:00-6:15, Robinson 305
Discussion Series 
“Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process Retrospective,” Professors Katrinka Somdahl-Sands and Joshua Gedacht, Panel led by RCHGHR Student Association
Co-Sponsored with SHA, PAT, and Jewish Studies 

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!

Wednesday 3 - 6:30-8:00, Westby 111
Annual Paul B. Winkler Lecture 
Cambodian Genocide Survivor Chanty Jong
Co-Sponsored with Asian Studies

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

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

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

Wednesday 17 - 6:30-7:45, Virtual (info coming soon)
Hollybush Author Series 
Sean R. Roberts, “War on the Uyghurs: China’s Internal Campaign Against A Muslim Minority”

Friday 19
Trip to The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum 

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

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

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