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April 10, 2008

Diana Tung

A step toward the sweat-free sweatshirt: BMC endorses labor-practices proposal
At the urging of student activists, Bryn Mawr has joined the ranks of colleges and universities endorsing the Designated Suppliers Program, an ambitious new framework for collective action against sweatshop labor practices, President Nancy J. Vickers and the BMC Sweatshop-Free Coalition have announced.

 

Enrique Sacerio-Gari

Q&A: Enrique Sacerio-Garí on Cuba
Next Wednesday, April 16, Dorothy Nepper Marshall Professor of Hispanic and Hispanic-American Studies Enrique Sacerio-Garí will give the final talk in the "Our Neighbor, Cuba" lecture series sponsored by Main Line School Night. Sacerio-Garí, a Cuban immigrant who advocates reconciliation between his homeland and the United States, recently returned from a trip to Cuba. Here, Sacerio-Garí briefly answers a few questions about his topic for Bryn Mawr Now.

 

Manthia Diawara

Africana Studies conference: the changing meaning of black identity in the United States
The presidential campaign of Barack Obama, an African American who is not descended from American slaves, has brought unprecedented public attention to the complexities of black identity in the United States. What does it mean to be black in the United States today? Next Friday, April 18, and Saturday, April 19, the Africana Studies Program will explore that question with a conference titled "The Changing Meaning of Black Identity in the United States."

Around the Bi-Co this weekend: Tenure, the movie; Choosing sides: GLBT people of color; Jumping Off Bridges screening and discussion; Berlioz Requiem; Creative Writing faculty reads
An overview of some of the events coming up at Bryn Mawr.

 

Bryn Mawr in the News
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Psychology Professor Clark McCauley Questions Research Linking Hurricane Names to People’s ...

Researchers made headlines recently with claims that people view hurricanes with traditionally female names as less dangerous and therefore react d...

Bryn Mawr’s Russian Language Institute Highlighted in Inside Higher Ed Article

In an Inside Higher Ed article about the lack of young Russia experts in the United States, author Mark Lawrence Schrad points to Bryn Mawr’s...

Bryn Mawr Book Store Profiled in Boston Globe

The Bryn Mawr Book Store, a bookshop founded by alumnae/i, staffed by volunteers and located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, recently garnered a write...

U.K. Media Outlet Highlights Bryn Mawr’s Success with Sciences and at Providing Access

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Times Higher Education reporter Chris Parr recently sat down with Bryn Mawr President Kim Cassidy to talk about a range of issues including the Col...

English Professor Katherine Rowe Connects Shakespeare and House of Cards on Podcast

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Professor of English and Director of Digital Research and Teaching Katherine Rowe discussed the connections between Shakespeare and Netflix dra...

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