Memory, Memoir and Humankind: Reflection on Our Universal Themes

Paul McComas, Media Scholar, Memory, Memoir and Humankind: Reflection on Our Universal Themes. More details to come.

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Lawmaking through International Human Rights Framework: does U.S. Immigration Policy Violate the Refugee Convention?

Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz, Illinois State House of Representatives, 17th District, Lawmaking through International Human Rights Framework: does U.S. Immigration Policy Violate the Refugee Convention? More details to come.

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Environmental Policy and Culture Program, Northwestern University, The Justice Gap in Global Forest Governance

Kimberly Suiseeya, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Environmental Policy and Culture Program, Northwestern University, The Justice Gap in Global Forest Governance. More details to come.

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Elie Wiesel: A Messenger to Humanity

David Y. Chack, Ph.D., Professor, Theater and Jewish Culture, DePaul University, Elie Wiesel: A Messenger to Humanity. More details to come.

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Black Boston and the Making of African-American Freemasonry: Leadership, Religion and Community in Colonial America

Chernoh Sesay, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dept. of Religious Studies, Northwestern University, Black Boston and the Making of African-American Freemasonry: Leadership, Religion and Community in Colonial America. More details to come.

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Human Evolution, Science and Religion from a Biological Anthropologist’s Point of View

Erin Waxenbaum, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Instruction of Anthropology, Northwestern University, Human Evolution, Science and Religion from a Biological Anthropologist’s Point of View. More details to come.

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A Universal Vaccine Passport: Will It Be Possible? Will It Be Equitable?

Craig Klugman, Ph.D., Professor, DePaul University College of Science and Health, A Universal Vaccine Passport: Will It Be Possible? Will It Be Equitable? More details to come. More details to come.

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[Virtual Service] Science vs. Intuition: Why Scientific Ideas Elude the Human Mind

Andrew Shtulman, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science, Occidental College in Los Angeles, Science vs. Intuition: Why Scientific Ideas Elude the Human Mind. This service will be conducted via Zoom. More details to come.

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[Virtual Service] Roving the Red Planet: The Past, Present and Future of Martian Exploration

Michelle Nichols, Director of Public Observing, Adler Planetarium, Roving the Red Planet: The Past, Present and Future of Martian Exploration. This service will be conducted via Zoom. More details to come.

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Major Supreme Court Decisions of the 2020-2021 Term

Julie Strauss, Ph.D., Lecturer on American Politics, Major Supreme Court Decisions of the 2020-2021 Term. More details to come.

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Tyrants or Gods? Orchestral Conductors and Their Orchestra Performance Styles

Drew Edward Davies, Ph.D., Associate Professor Musicology, Northwestern University, Tyrants or Gods? Orchestral Conductors and Their Orchestra Performance Styles. More details to come.

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Robot Rights: Can and Should Robots be Persons?

David Gunkel, Ph.D., Professor, Media Studies, Northern Illinois University, Robot Rights: Can and Should Robots be Persons? More details to come.

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Golden Apple Award: Preparing Outstanding Educators in Illinois

Alan Mather, President, Golden Apple Foundation, Golden Apple Award: Preparing Outstanding Educators in Illinois. More details to come.

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