Posts tagged politics
Posts tagged politics
Oberlin has over 200 student clubs and organizations, of which there are a hefty selection of political and activist groups. Check the current listings on the Oberlin website (and since you asked, yes, we do have the OC Republicans and Libertarians).
- Ma’ayan Plaut ‘10, Social Media Coordinator
GUYS, YOU SHOULD ALL PARTICIPATE IN DEMOCRACY. YOU HAVE NO REASON NOT TO.
Tonight in Finney Chapel at 7:30pm: Jonathan Alter and Ross Douthat discussing Super Tuesday.
Thursday, March 15th in West Lecture Hall 7-10pmLawyer, professor, and award winning author, Dorothy Roberts is author of the acclaimed 1999 book “Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty,” the 2002 book “Shattered Bonds: The Color of Child Welfare” and most recently , “Fatal Invention: How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-create Race in the Twenty-first Century.” She will be will be talking about reproduction and her new book describing the consequences of categorizing populations based on race.
This event is free and open to the public. No tickets are needed.
Book signing to follow.
Sponsored by Students United for Reproductive Freedoms, with support from Oberlin College Democrats, Prison Justice Project, the Sexual Information Center, the Edmonia Lewis Center and Ohio PIRG.
Chris Howell, Professor of Politics, speaking about President Clinton’s scandal to The Oberlin Review in 1998
Faculty profile of Marc Blecher, professor of politics and East Asian studies.
The Oberlin College Dialogue Center would like to invite the Oberlin college community - students, faculty, and staff - to a faculty panel discussion on Karl Rove’s visit and the process of political debate at Oberlin.
Thursday, September 20th, 4:30pm in King 106.
Featured panelists include:
- Professor Eve Sandberg of the politics department
- Professor Harlan Wilson of the politics department
- Professor Steven Volk of the history department
- Professor Tim Hall of the philosophy department
The Oberlin College Dialogue Center (OCDC) is a multipartial—independent entity within Oberlin College, which promotes change and community building through conflict transformation, mediation, educational workshops, and facilitated dialogue.