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Public Dialogue 2017
The Albright Institute’s annual Public Dialogue with Secretary Albright will focus on understanding the demands of advancing beyond resettlement into rebuilding society.
Wintersession 2017
Mfoniso Udofia '06, Artist and Educator, NOW AFRICA: Playwrights Festival shared her personal experiences trying to “create authentic nuanced literature and roles for Africans within the American [United States] theater”.
Wintersession 2017
Craig Silverman, Media Editor, BuzzFeed News discussed how fake news originates and spreads online and the lasting impact fake news can have on individuals’ perceptions of truth.
Wintersession 2017
Larry Rosenwald, Anne Pierce Rogers Professor of American Literature; Professor of English, Wellesley College, discussed how the imaginative process is an important source of change.
Wintersession 2017
Deborah Amos, International Correspondent, NPR News, shared her experiences reporting on the refugee crisis and discussed why sharing personal experiences is important to changing minds and inspiring people to take action.
Wintersession 2016
by Professor Pat Berman, Wellesley College
Wintersession 2015
by Shannon van Sant '99, Reporter and Documentary Filmmaker
Wintersession 2015
by Professor Larry Rosenwald, Wellesley College
Wintersession 2014
by Dan Chiasson, Associate Professor of English, Wellesley College
Wintersession 2014
by Benita Fitzgerald Mosley, Sharon Taylor, Sue Enquist, Bridget Belgiovine, Mimi Murray
Wintersession 2014
by Shiva Balaghi, Laya Khadjavi Visiting Professor of Iranian Studies, Brown University
Wintersession 2014
by Larry Rosenwald, Anne Pierce Rogers Professor of English, Wellesley College