Sociologist Matthew Hughey to discuss impact of media coverage of athletics, genetics, and race.
Come hear from faculty experts and bring your questions to the current events panel.
Political scholars to give joint workshop, lecture on reducing polarization.
For the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act; a lawyer and activist describe its role in the Iowa caucuses and the presidential selection process.
Ronald Phillips to deliver the 2015 World Food Prize lecture on "Science and World Hunger."
Lopez to discuss work with grassroots organization defending the rights of Garifuna peoples in norther Honduras.
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.
Physician, humanitarian, and founding director of Partners in Health, Dr. Farmer speaks on global public health.
Leading U.S. constitutional scholar will discuss Iowa's role in constitutional law.
Law, human rights, and post-colonial justice: Fifty Years of the International Convention to End All Forms of Racial Discrimination.