2017 Penny Lecture Series

BWS/SJS/SOC: 265 - Critical Inquiry and Penny Lecture Series
(2 Credit Hours) - 2017 Theme: Crossing Borders

All lectures in 001 Upham Hall, 6:00-7:50 pm.

"No Way Out: Precarious Living in the Shadow of Poverty and Drug Dealing"

January 30

Waverly Duck, Department of Sociology, University of Pittsburgh

"Crossing Borders: The Work of the Oxford Community Choice Pantry"

February 5

Ann Fuehrer/Candace Roseman, Department of Global & Intercultural Studies (Women's Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies), Miami University/Oxford Community Choice Pantry

"W.E.B. Dubois: Scholar Denied"

February 13

Aldon Morris, Department of Sociology, Northwestern University

"Borders in Math Education/Going Where No Person Has Gone Before"

February 20

Todd Edwards & Tong Xie, Department of Teacher Education, Miami University

"The Color of Love"

February 27

Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman, Department of Sociology, University of Southern Florida

"Dealing in Desire: Asian Ascendancy, Western Decline and the Hidden Currencies of Global Sex Work"

March 6

Kimberly Kay Hoang, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago

"Inside China's Automobile Factories"

March 13

Lu Zhang, Department of Sociology, Temple University

"Contesting Intersex: The Dubious Diagnosis"

March 27

Georgian Davis, Department of Sociology, University of Nevada

"Crossing Borders in Archival Work: The Case of the Book of Slaves, 19th Century Amazon"

April 3

Paula Gandara, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Miami University

"Straight Shooting: White Supremacy's Senses' Attack on Political Correctness, Latinos, and Immigration"

April 17

Hannah Noel, Department of Global & Intercultural Studies, Miami University

"Cuban Underground Hip-Hop"

April 24

Tanya Saunders, Department of African American and African Studies, Ohio State University

"Social Justice and the Courage to Cross Borders"

May 1

Rodney Coates, Department of Global & Intercultural Studies (Black World Studies), Miami University