The Department of Economics Visiting Speaker Series in Political Economy presents Dr. Lauren K. Hall, Rochester Institute of Technology. Dr.
A discussion with Peter Kornbluh: What the Government Knows...and You could Find out: Using the Freedom of Information Act to Declassify CIA and USDOS Documents.
All Students Welcome
A Pi Sigma Alpha Event.
Peter Kornbluh, Director of the Cuba Documentation Project at the National Security Archive will deliver a lecture about his book: Back Channel to Cuba.
Peter Kornbluh, director of the Cuba Documentation Project at the National Security Archive, will deliver his talk “Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations between the US and Cuba.”
St. Lawrence University’s Department of Economics will host Lauren K. Hall as part of its Visiting Speaker Series in Political Economy.
Dr. Andrew Dilts, Assistant Professor of Political Theory at Loyola Marymount University, will be giving a talk based on his book Punishment and Inclusion: Race, Membership, and the Limits of American Liberalism.
If you have an interest in Bitcoin or other digital/crypto-currencies, please join us for the first speaker in the Department of Economics Visiting Speaker Series in Political Economy, Dr. William Luther from Kenyon College, who has written extensively on these issues. He will be offering a very accessible introduction to Bitcoin, including some discussion of what its future holds and its effects on economic activity.
Refreshments will be provided.
Heather McCauley will discuss emerging approaches in the field of intimate partner violence and sexual assault prevention.
Dr. Patrick Hagopian, Lancaster University, UK will speak on the topic: “Visualizing Injury: The Ethics of Harm Limitation in Asymmetrical Warfare”
Exploring a career in finance?
Don't miss the chance to meet John Greenwood '75, Advisory Director at Morgan Stanley, and Kyle McDonnell '09, Special Situations Group!
They will discuss: