Faculty from the Communication and Philosophy Department have been presenting their research on campus this semester.
Jamie Landau, Associate Professor of Communication, was the invited speaker for International Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Her presentation, titled “Rehumanization and Emotion and Interventions for Injustice,” focused on Rebecca Skloot’s biography of Henrietta Lacks.
Emily McGill-Rutherford, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, spoke at the Keene State College Teach-In. Her presentation, titled “Grab Them By the Uterus: Reproductive Rights and Freedom,” discussed the current legal status of abortion and birth control access in the United States.