Events

Events

Events

April

Rowan Ethics ConferencePhilosophy and Religion Department
Rowan Ethics Conference
Date/Time: April 13, 2018 / TBA
Place: TBA
Handling StressPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Spirituality Discussions
Date/Time: April 25, 11-12pm
Place: SJICR, Hawthorn Hall, Room 204

March

Women and ReligionPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Spirituality Discussions
Date/Time: March 28, 11-12pm
Place: SJICR, Hawthorn Hall, Room 204

Theorizing at RowanPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Theorizing at Rowan
Date/Time: March 7, 5pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 224
http://theorizing-at-rowan.tumblr.com 

"Race and Conservatism or, Decolonizing the Curriculum"
Guest Speaker: John E. Drabinski
Black Studies, Amherst College

Theorizing at RowanPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Theorizing at Rowan
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 21, 5pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 323
http://theorizing-at-rowan.tumblr.com 

"Racists"
Guest Speaker: Kimberly Ann Harris
Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University

February

The Promise movieRowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS)
The Promise
Date/Time: Monday, February 12, 8pm
Place: Science Building Rm 126 
First They Killed My Father bookRowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS)
Book Club: First They Killed My Father, by Loung Ung
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 21, 12:30-1:30
Place: SJICR, Hawthorn 204

Theorizing at RowanPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Theorizing at Rowan
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 21, 5pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 323
http://theorizing-at-rowan.tumblr.com 

"'Everything Becomes Possible' The Philosophy of Lévi-Strauss' Myth-Function"
Guest Speaker: Karl hein
Philosophy, Rowan University

Beyond DACACHSS Dean's Office
Beyond DACA: Dynamic Immigration, Dreamers, and Advocating for Change
Date/Time: Monday, February 26, 1:30pm
Place: Rohrer Business Building, rm 104 A & B

Spirituality DiscussionsPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Spirituality Discussions
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 28, 11-12pm
Place: SJICR, Hawthorn Hall, Room 204

January

Holocaust Remembrance DayRowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS)
Holocaust Remembrance Day
Date/Time: January 25, 5pm
Place: Robinson Green  
First They Killed My Father bookRowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS)
Book Club: First They Killed My Father, by Loung Ung
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 31, 12:30-1:30
Place: SJICR, Hawthorn 204

 

December

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November 2017

International Studies: Rowan in the World - Rohingya Refugees and the Myanmar Crisis in Historical Perspective
by Dr. Joshua Gedacht of the Department of History.


Date/Time: Thurs. Nov. 30 5-6:15pm
Place: Robinson, rm. 224

Since August 2017, over 600,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled from the predominantly Buddhist nation of Myanmar. This talk will provide an update on this ongoing humanitarian emergency and examine the historical roots of the conflict going back to the British colonial era. For further information contact: James H. Shrader- shrader@rowan.edu  

Rowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS): World War II Study Abroad program in May 2018
Date/Time: Thurs. 30 Nov. 2.00pm
Place: History Conference Room - Robinson 2nd Floor
Open to all majors!

Environmental JusticePhilosophy & Religion Studies: Theorizing at Rowan
What is Environmental Justice?, by David Clowney
Date/Time: Nov. 29, 5pm
Place: Bunce Hall, 106

Winkler EventRowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (RCHGS)
RCHGS Annual Lecture
Genocide and Mass Violence in an Age of Climate Change, by Alex Alvarez
Date/Time: Nov. 16, 7pm
Place: Westby, 111
Interfaith EncountersPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Interfaith Encounters
Spirituality Discussion/SJICR Reads
Date/Time: Nov. 14, 12:30-1:30pm
Place: Hawthorn Hall, SJICR Multipurpose Room

Philosophy & Religion Studies: Theorizing at Rowan
Critique and Care: Two Modes of Thought, by Sjoerd van Tuinen (Philosophy, Erasmus Univ., Rotterdam, NL / Institute for International and Refional Studies, Princeton Univ.)
Date/Time: Nov. 8, 5pm
Place: Bunce Hall, 106

Kalief BroederSociology & Anthropology, Africana Studies, Social Justice and Inclusion and Conflict Resolution: Hear from Akeem Browder, brother of Kalief Browder and his wrongful 2010 imprisonment story.
Date/Time: Nov. 3, 2pm (at 12:30, 2 of the 6-part documentary will be shown)
Place: Student Center Ballroom

Philosophy & Religion Studies: Theorizing at Rowan
Bessel and the Personal Equation: The Epistemic Consequences of Perceptual Relativity, by Matthew Lund (Philosophy, Rowan Univ.)
Date/Time: Nov. 1, 5pm
Place: Bunce Hall, 106

October 2017

Krista ThomasonPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Theorizing at Rowan
A Kantian Argument Against Solitary Confinement, by Krista Thomason (Philosophy, Swarthmore College)
Date/Time: Oct. 25, 5pm
Place: Bunce Hall, 106
Student Information NightCHSS Match Internship: Student Information Night
Date/Time: Oct. 24, 6-7pm
Place: Student Center, Rm. 144

Carolyn Enger, The Mischlinge ExposéThe Rowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Center: The Mischlinge Exposé
Date/Time: Oct. 24, 7pm
Place: Boyd Recital Hall, Wilson

Rumi SymposiumPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Rumi Symposium for Peace and Justice
Date/Time: Oct. 24, 5-8pm
Place: Student Center Pit
Spiritual Diversity GroupPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Spiritual Diversity Group
Date/Time: Oct. 18, 6:30pm
Place: Hawthorn, 2nd Floor, SJIRC Conference Room
Interfaith EncountersPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Interfaith Encounters
Spirituality Discussion/SJICR Reads
Date/Time: Oct. 10, 12:30-1:30pm
Place: Hawthorn Hall, SJICR Multipurpose Room

September 2017

Interfaith EncountersPhilosophy & Religion Studies: Interfaith Encounters
Spirituality Discussion/SJICR Reads
Date/Time: Sep. 12, 12:30-1:30pm
Place: Hawthorn Hall, SJICR Multipurpose Room
Philosophy & Religion Studies: Theorizing at Rowan
The Civil War Diary of Emma mordecai: a Typical Anomaly, by Dianne Ashton (Religion Studies, Rowan Univ.)
Date/Time: Sep. 27, 5pm
Place: Bunce Hall, 106
CharlottesvilleAfricana Studies, The Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies, SJICR
Date/Time: Sep. 12, 6:30pm
Place: Boyd Hall, Wilson

April

Kung Fu PandaPhilosophy & Religion Studies
Daoism, “Kungfu Panda,” and Philosophy of Life
Date/Time: April 17, 3:30PM
Place: Bozorth Hall Auditorium

 

 

MexicoInternational Studies - Rowan in the World
Mexico Today: Dollars, Drugs, and Democracy
Date/Time: April 17, 6:30PM
Place: Robinson Hall, 212

 

The Law & Justice Studies Department
Mock Law School Class
Date/Time: April 6, 11am
Place: Campbell Library, 126

Sociology & Anthropology Department
“The Emu in the Sky, The Southern Cross & The Crux of the Matter: Constellations, Flags, Nationalism & Identity in Australia.  Can the night sky be colonized?”
Date/Time:
 April 14, 4pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 205

Prof. Gianna Farrell, Cultural Anthropologist, will present this lecture. The Lecture is Sponsored by CHSS,  the Museum of Anthropology at Rowan University-MARU, and the Sociology-Anthropology Department.

Sociology & Anthropology Department
“The Red and the Black” Predynastic Egyptian Religious Practice: A Case Study in Early Mummification?”
Date/Time:
 April 28, 4pm
Place: Robinson Hall, 205

Dr. Jane Hill, Archaeologist/Egyptologist,  will present this lecture. The Lecture is Sponsored by CHSS, the Museum of Anthropology at Rowan University-MARU and the Sociology-Anthropology Department.

March

Operation Pied PiperThe English and International Studies Departments
Operation Pied Piper
Date/Time: March 30, 5pm
Place: Robinson 324

Six_Day_WarThe History Department
Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Six Day War
Date/Time: March 29, 11am
Place: Chamberlain Student Center 221 A-B 

Open Mic NightWomen's & Gender Studies
Open Mic Night
Date/Time: March 22, 9pm
Place: Student Center Pit

 

ReturnHomeRowan Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
Return Home
Date/Time: March 22, 9pm
Place: Rowan Hall Auditorium

 

Russia Confronts the worldHistory
Russia Confronts the World: What Does it Mean for us?
Date/Time: March 22, 11am
Place: Student Center 221

 

3Plus3Event.pdfThe Law & Justice Studies Department
3 + 3 Law School Opportunities
Date/Time: March 9, 2pm
Place: Rohrer Business Building, Room 104A

DeathPenaltyThe Law & Justice Studies Department
The Ultimate Punishment: Understanding the Implications of the Death Penalty in Today's Society
Date/Time: March 9, 12:30pm
Place: Chamberlain Student Center, Room 221

Theorizing at RowanThe Philosophy & Religion Department - Theorizing at Rowan
"'To Condemn Nothing and Profit from Everything Good:' Leibniz and the History of Philosophy." 
Date/Time: March 8, 5pm
Place: Bozorth, Room 118

Dean Ammar Colloquium FlyerThe Dean's Office
Research Colloquium: Policing Interpersonal Violence in Immagrant Countries, a Researcher's View
Date/Time: March 1, 12:30pm
Place: Wellness Center Seminar Room

February

Rosa Parks LuncheonThe History Department
Rosa Parks Luncheon
Date/Time: February 28, 11AM
Place: Eynon Ballroom, Student Center
A People UncountedRowan Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
A People Uncounted: The Untold Story of the Roma
Film Screeing and Discussion
Date/Time: February 7, 6-9pm
Place: Robinson 306
SlyviaTheorizing @ Rowan
Sylvia Plath's Poetry and Medicine
Date/Time: February 8, 5pm
Place: Bozorth 118
Compassion vs. ViolenceSpiritual Diversity Group
Compassion vs. Violence
Date/Time: February 8, 12:30pm
Place: Robinson 214 (SJICR Conf. rm)
Research ColloquiumRowan Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
Research Colloquium
Date/Time: February 8, 12:30pm
Place: Wellness Center, Seminar Room
Ethics ConferencePhilosophy and Religion
Ethics Conference
Call for Abstracts due: February 20
Date/Time: April 28, 11AM
Place: Eynon Ballroom, Student Center

 January

Holocaust Vigil Rowan Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
Holocaust Remembrance Day
Date/Time: January 26, 5pm
Place: Robinson Green