Religion Studies

Orr Forum with Amy Jill Levine

Dr. Amy-Jill Levine. Dr. Levine will give a talk at 10:30 a.m. Following a lunch break she will lead a workshop "Understanding Jesus means Understanding Judaism" for clergy, educators, and interested persons at 1:30 p.m.

2020 Orr Forum Dr. Amy-Jill Levine Workshop

UPDATE: Wilson's Orr Forum on Religion, which had been scheduled for March 26, has been postponed until September as part of the College’s response to coronavirus concerns.


 

Dr. Amy-Jill Levine
Brooks Science Center Auditorium
Thursday, March 26

"Inequality and Class Power in America" by Michael Zweig

What accounts for the rapid rise of stark economic inequality in the United States?  Is it the natural working of our market economy?  The decline of skills and work ethic for many, while the few strive for education and cash in on creative imaginations?  Or is growing inequality the result of changes in the way power is distributed in our society?  Michael Zweig will explore these questions,

Fall Open House

Discover what it's like to be a Wilson Student...

Fall Open House

Saturday, November 5, 2016

With more than 40 fields of study you're sure to find something of interest. Visit campus, talk with students and faculty. Learn how a comprehensive Liberal Arts education will prepare you for a successful future. Attend to learn more about Wilson's offerings.

The Common Hour: Trans*Forming Athletics and Fitness: Stories of Resilience and Change

T.J. Jourian is a social justice educator, learner, and trainer; having spoken and consulted at hundreds of college campuses, conferences, and community-based organizations in the U.S.  He has completed his PhD in Higher Education at Loyola University Chicago by investigating how trans*masculine college students conceptualize masculinity for his dissertation.  T.J.

The Common Hour: Mitigation of Climate Change

Mitigation of Climate Change: Working Group III Contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report

Maria Silvia Muylaert de Araujo

The Common Hour: Engaging Climate Conflict

Dr. Lisa Woolley

Do novels offer an imagination space for transcending the polarizing rhetoric of Climate Change? Barbara Kingsolver's "Flight Behavior" suggests that ecological challenges invite us to better understand ourselves and others.

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