The College of Liberal Arts prides in its interdisciplinary approach to scholarship. The Human Rights Lab (HRL) is an innovative interdisciplinary initative, whose speaker series features faculty and advanced graduate student speakers who are invited to present their work in front of our colleagues. The HRL audiences composed of faculty, graduate students concentrating in human rights, undergraduate students minoring in Human Rights Studies, and community members. If you are interested, please reach out to Chris Yeomans, the Chair of the Department of Philosophy, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Future and recent speakers
January 28, 2020. Human Rights lab with Melanie Beasley.
February 6, 2020. Special Human Rights lab with Gene Spafford.
February 17, 2020. Human Rights lab with Morganna Lambeth.
March 25, 2020. Human Rights lab with Amanda Veile.
November 19, 2019. Human Rights lab with Elena Benedicto – “IYIL, the International Year of Indigenous Languages — Where we are 500+ years later.”
November 8, 2019. First Generation Day Celebration with Neil Kc.
November 6, 2019. Science & Social Context Lecture Series with Alice Pawley – “Asking questions we walk: Developing a moral infrastructure in engineering education to improve diversity and the response to the climate crisis.”
October 23, 2019. Human Rights lab with Leonard Harris – “Human Rights, Necro-being, and the Unsay-able.”
September 11, 2019. Human Rights lab with Andrew Flachs – “Cultivating Knowledge: Biotechnology, Sustainability, and the Human Cost of Cotton Capitalism in India”
April 8, 2019. Spring Symposium: “Thirty Years After Global 1989.”
February 13, 2019. Human Rights lab with Lacey J. Davidson – “That’s Racist! Descriptive and Explanatory Accounts of Human Rights Violations”
January 15, 2019. Human Rights lab with Swati Srivastava – “Amnesty International and the Politics of Sovereign Indepe