Common Hour - Framing Reparations in Poland

The Common Hour is dedicated to fostering inquiry and conversation across the campus community about pressing issues and big questions. All Common Hour events are free and open to the public. 

On Tuesday, February 13,  Ela Rossmiller, Assistant Professor of Political Science and The Louise Howell ’38 Faculty Research Fund Winner (Summer 2023) will present "Framing Reparations in Poland". It will be held in Lenfest Learning Commons on the first floor of John Stewart Memorial Library on the Wilson College campus.

Artivism 101: Workshop Presented by Sir Dominique Jordan

Join us for Artivism 101, February 12 at 1pm in Lenfest Learning Commons (lower level of the Library near the Help Desk). Creating innovative solutions in today's social climate is no small feat. Join us for a workshop presented by Sir Dominique Jordan, centered around getting acclimated and involved in grassroots movements as well as finding one's purpose through storytelling and spoken word poetry.

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Women’s History Month Alum Presentation - Robin Herring '07

To celebrate Women’s History Month, please join us for this upcoming presentation by Wilson alum.

March 30 at 4 p.m. in Lenfest Learning Commons, JSM Library - Robin Herring '07 "Lucille Ball: The Life and Times of an Unlikely Leader"

Light refreshments will be provided. Co-sponsored by Women’s Studies, the Department of Sociology, The Hankey Center for the History of Women’s Education, and Alumni Relations.

Common Hour Spring 2023: Wondrous Bodies: Gnosticism, Trans Spirituality, and the Intermediate Sex

The theme for the Fall 2022/Spring 2023 Common Hour is Honorable Leadership. We are excited to share the schedule for the Spring 2022 Common Hour series. We will explore what that means by digging into a different issue each month, and engaging with speakers that bring diverse perspectives and experiences.