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  • Explaining Mansplaining

    Assoc. Prof. John Partridge, Philosophy presents the next Lunch Talk on the harms of "mansplaining" as a “pre-emptive testimonial injustice” that objectifies and silences women. Please join us on Tues., Oct. 18 at 12:30 pm in PDR I&II. All are welcome! More »
  • The politics of the headscarf in the United States

    Aubrey Westfall, Assist. Prof., Pol. Sc., focuses her talk on the political behavior and membership of Muslim-American women and their implications for the American demos. Tues., Oct. 4th at 12:30 pm in PDR. More »
  • Just where does local food live? Assessing farmers' markets in the United States

    Justin Schupp, Assistant Professor of Sociology presents the next Faculty Lunch Talk on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 in PDR. All are welcome to attend. More »
  • Building Community Together Workshop

    Please mark your calendars for a diversity workshop scheduled for Thursday, August 25, 2016, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm in Emerson Dining. A reception will follow at 4:00 pm. Read more... More »
  • New Provost

    Wheaton College President Dennis M. Hanno announced that Renée T. White, a distinguished administrator as well as a scholar on race, gender and social inequality, has been appointed Provost following an intensive national search. More »
  • May 2016 Faculty Workshop Week

    Announcing the annual May Faculty Workshop and schedule for 2016. Please click here for a list of all faculty workshops scheduled for the week of 5/23 - 5/27/16. More »
  • From monsters to mothers and multiculturalism: social education billboards and murals in Ethiopia

    Leah Niederstadt, Assist. Prof. of Museum Studies explores ways in which age, class, ethnicity, gender, disability, religion, and HIV/AIDS status have been visually represented in Ethiopian billboards and murals over the past 16 years. All are welcome to attend on Wed., April 27th at 12:30-1:30 pm in PDR. More »
  • Collaborating to understand marital rape

    Gabriela Torres, Assoc. Prof., Anthropology and Kersti Yllö, Prof. of Sociology look at how interdisciplinary partnerships enable the examination of how cultural, legal, public health, and human rights policies and practices impact intimate partner violence. Tues., April 19, 2016 at 12:30 pm in PDR. All are welcome to attend. More »
  • A decade of collaboration in the theatre

    Presented by Charlotte Meehan, Professor of English, and Stephanie Daniels, Associate Professor of Theatre on Thursday, April 14, 2016 from 12:30 to 1:30 pm in PDR. Read more>>> More »
  • Writing across, in and through the disciplines: what the research reveals

    Presented by Lisa Lebduska, Professor of English on Wednesday, April 6th at 12:30 pm in PDR. All are welcome to attend. More »