Lopez to discuss work with grassroots organization defending the rights of Garifuna peoples in norther Honduras.
Peace and Conflict Studies Program
Peter Coyote '64, an Emmy Award-winning narrator and accomplished actor and author, presents "Intention: The Only Force on Earth We Can Control" on Oct. 1.
Inspirational global activist Spencer West will deliver a free, public talk about 'redefining possible.
Socio‑cultural anthropologist Erica Lehrer ’92 discusses the work of memory in Poland today."
“My Life as a Foreign Country” author Brian Turner joins Grinnellians for reading/roundtable.
Join teacher, mentor, and healer Tarell A. Rodgers ’93 as he presents “Don’t Run, Embrace it All.”
Interested in working side-by-side with faculty, staff and students to plan events and help shape the growing Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) program on campus? The PACS Program Committee is now taking applications for new student members to begin fall 2015.
Free public events will feature prominent speakers on race and social justice.
Expert on peace and conflict studies discusses ‘With all the World’s Violence, Where is Peace?’
Don Webster, former UN war crimes prosecutor in Rwanda and Tanzania, reflects on the '94 Rwandan genocide and the judicial response.