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Students from Social Work 105 wiil be tabling to raise awareness around the issue of female incarceration as a systemic problem facing our society. Donations will be taken for the Women's Prison Association which helps women who have recently been released from prison to transition back into society.
The Education Department will hold a NYS DOE DASA Anti-Bullying Workshop on November 7.
For more information or to RSVP visit: wagner.edu/education.
Anthropology professor Joshua Mullenite will be presenting a paper entitled, “Not Only a Right to Survival: Responses to the Plantation as Responses to the Plantationocene.” Dr. Mullenite’s presentation will consider the increasing calls for thinking through the “plantationocene,” the idea that current global environmental crises are not the result of undifferentiated human activity but rather the specific governing logic of the colonial plantation. As part of his ongoing research on the historical environmental anthropology of the Caribbean, he intervenes in these calls to suggest that, if it is a plantation logic that poses a human-existential threat, then solutions may be found in the past social-environmental practices that historically emerged in response to that logic.
Solomon Bekele Weya, one of the first Ethiopian filmmakers, will share two short films, “Invisible Pollution” and “Filmography,” reflecting upon his career and discuss the development of his country’s unique film history.
Solomon Bekele will attend the screening.
Find a profile of Solomon Bekele @ https://bit.ly/2W634xg
TAB will be hosting an event with Vocal Synergy in gatehouse in order to bring some of that Thanksgiving Day joy to Wagner! Everyone is welcome to come and join these two organizations in Gatehouse at 10:45pm on Thursday , November 7th in their coziest pjs to enjoy performances by vocal synergy, crafts, and food!