A Blackamoor's Progress Colloquium
Independent scholar Adrienne L. Childs illustrates the progression of the black figure in European art. Held by the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research, "A Blackamoor's Progress" was the last colloquium in its series.
Schor the Scholar
Hilary M. Schor, professor of English, comparative literature, and law at the University of Southern California gives a talk about the relationship between the British Prime Minister and the Queen of England.
United States National Security Advisor Thomas E. Donilon discusses the country's recent policy and security concerns in the future on Wednesday at the Institute of Politics.
Sexual Assault Panel
On Wednesday evening, representatives from OSAPR (Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response), HUHS (Harvard University Health Services) , HUPD (Harvard University Police Department), SMHS (Student Mental Health Services), Response, and the Administration Board discuss what is done when someone is concerned about sexual assault at Harvard. One major concern from all representatives is the discrepancy between the large number of concerns that OSAPR receives, compared to the very small number of cases brought to HUPD or the Administration Board.
"Stem Cell Therapy and Medical Tourism: Of Promise and Peril"
Assistant Professor at Harvard Law School, Glenn Cohen, spoke at the "Stem Cell Therapy and Medical Tourism: Of Promise and Peril" event at the Harvard Law School on November 29, 2012 about the unique and unfortunate issue of child abuse and neglect which arises when parents travel abroad seeking stem cell therapies, which tend to have adverse effects, for their children.