Upcoming Events

April 28

“Bigger than the Cops: Racialized State Violence and the Movement for Black Lives”

ARH Auditorium, Room 302

4 p.m. Damon Williams ’14 in conversation with Shanna Benjamin.

5:15 p.m. Williams and Kesho Scott Workshop.

Co-sponsored by Alumni in the Classroom Program, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Center for the Humanities, Peace and Conflict Studies, Sociology Department, American Studies Concentration, and Economics Department. 

April 29

12 p.m.

Mears Living Room


Lunch with Patrick Sloyan, Pulitzer Prize Winner for International Reporting for his 1990 coverage of Desert Storm, the Persian Gulf War and its aftermath; and Author of The Politics of Deception: JFK’s Secret Decisions on Vietnam, Civil Rights, and Cuba.

Co-sponsored by the Center for Careers, Life, and Service.

April 29

“The Great Disruption: China's 21st Century Reemergence”

ARH Auditorium, Room 302

4 p.m.

Damien Ma, Fellow and Associate Director, Paulson Institute and Adjunct Lecturer at Kellogg School of Management

Co-sponsored by East Asian Studies, Dept. of Chinese and Japanese.

May 3

“Critical Narratives & Creative Forms: Fresh Perspectives from the Francophone World”

co-sponsored by the Center for Humanities, Center for International Studies, Department of French and Arabic, Translation Collective.

Past Events

2014-15 Rosenfield Program Events

2013-2014 Rosenfield Program Events

2012-2013 Rosenfield Program Events

2011-2012 Rosenfield Program Events

2010-2011 Rosenfield Program Events

2009-2010 Rosenfield Program Events

2008-2009 Rosenfield Program Events

2007-2008 Rosenfield Program Events

2006-2007 Rosenfield Program Events

2005-2006 Rosenfield Program Events

2004-2005 Rosenfield Program Events

2003-2004 Rosenfield Program Events

2002-2003 Rosenfield Program Events

2001-2002 Rosenfield Program Events

2000-2001 Rosenfield Program Events

Fall 1989 - Spring 2000 Rosenfield Program Events

Fall 1987 - Spring 1989 Rosenfield Program Events

Videos

Ebola, the World Health Organization, and the Chances of Reform

Counterinsurgency and the Future of Afghanistan

What Time is it?: An Afternoon with Civil Rights Pioneer Grace Lee Boggs

Grinnell Minute with Wadzanai Motsi '12

The Media: Changes and Challenges

Morris Dees, 2011 Innovator for Social Justice Prize Symposium keynote

The Business of Human Trafficking

The Truth About Domestic Sex Trafficking and How it Affects You

Human Trafficking: Jose Moya, A Historical and Global Perspective

Human Trafficking Panel Discussion

Martin Luther King, Jr. and the "Beloved Campus"