Upcoming Lectures, Performances, and Meetings (all free and open to the public unless otherwise noted)
For information on Women's History Month events at Palomar College on Tuesday, March 5, and Thursday, March 7, including a free screening of the movie Half the Sky and speakers on economic empowerment and human trafficking, please click HERE.
If These Halls Could Talk, a film by director Lee Mun Wah, will be screened on Wednesday, March 13, 2013, at the McMahan House on the CSUSM campus. In this film, 11 students from minority or immigrant backgrounds discuss experiences they have had that make them feel unsafe in classrooms on predominantly white campuses. After the screening, the director will host a diversity dialogue. For tickets and to get further information, please click HERE.
The Pacific Sociological Association will hold its 84th Annual Meeting March 21-24, 2013, in Reno, Nevada. The theme for this meeting is Research and Teaching Matters: Creating Knowledge, Policy, and Justice. Preregistration fees for students will be $30. Registration fees for students will be higher at the door, $35. For further information, click HERE.
A lecture titled Lost and Found: The Story of the Lost Boys and Girls of Sudan will be given by Sebastian Maroundit and Mathon Noi on Monday, April 15, 2013, at 6:00pm, at CSUSM in the Clark Field House Grand Salon, room 113. Tickets are $15 for general admission (free for CSUSM students). For tickets and to get further information, please click HERE.
The 108th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association will take place in New York, NY, August 10-13, 2013. The theme for this meeting is Interrogating Inequality: Linking Micro and Macro. Registration for a student member is $105 until July 10, and $145 afterward. Students who are not members of the ASA pay $135 until July 10, and $180 afterward. For more information, click HERE.