Events

Moot Court - Constitutional Law: Civil Rights - April 19, 2018
Convocation Hall

 

Moot Court - Constitutional Law: Civil Rights - April 24, 2018
Convocation Hall

 

Moot Court - Constitutional Law: Civil Rights - Thursday, April 26, 2018
Convocation Hall

 

Environmental Racism Panel

JoyAnna Hopper, Assistant Professor of Politics, will present an interdisciplinary panel on environmental racism on Monday, 3/5 at 5:00 PM in Gailor Auditorium. Professor Hopper will speak to the problems that environmental injustices pose for democracy. 
 
This is an event hosted by student sustainability fellows who are hoping to start and maintain a conversation about environmental ethics on Sewanee's campus.
 

Transitional Justice Poster Presentation

On Tuesday, December 11th, 2017, from 1:30-2:45 p.m. in the Torian Room, the students in Transitional Justice will present their poster presentation of the group's conclusions of their project.

The final project required the students to create a multiple stage project proposing transitional justice mechanisms for dealing with the past in the case of the United States. In line with the University's project on the legacy of slavery, they have applied their recommendations to the legacy of slavery, Jim Crow era crimes, and/or some post-Jim Crow era harms that have impacted the African American community.

Please come and experience this wonderful event as they share their research and conclusions. 

Politics Department Moot Court - Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Convocation Hall

 

Politics Department Moot Court - Thursday, April 13, 2017
Convocation Hall

 

Politics Department Moot Court - Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Convocation Hall

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Politics Table
McClurg Dining Hall Balcony

 

Peter Harrison C'04 Speaks With Pre-Law Students
Torian Room

 

Flash Research Presentation
Blackman Auditorium

 

International Internships Information Session
Torian Room, 2nd Floor, duPont Library

 

Turkish Human Rights Discussion
McGriff Alumni House

 

"What can I do with a Politics degree?"
McClurg Dinning Hall, Tower Room

 

Sewanee Moot Court
Convocation Hall

 

Sewanee Moot Court
Convocation Hall

 

“How I Became an Empowered Woman: Looking at 40 Years in the Legal Profession”
Walsh-Ellett 210

 

The Supreme Moot Court of Sewanee Takes Place on April 21 and April 23 in Convocation Hall
Convocation Hall

 

Dugan Education and Research Grant Applications due by 5pm
Compile as one PDF and send to Department Chair.

 

Ukraine's War with Vladimir Putin: One Year On
Langauge Resource Center, Gailor 225

 

"Feminism in Coalition" by Liza Taylor
WE 206

 

AWARD-WINNING JOURNALIST FRANK SESNO: "REFLECTIONS ON THE 2014 ELECTIONS," NOV. 6
Convocation Hall

 

Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to speak
Convocation Hall

 

"Constitutional Structures and Civic Virtues"
Convocation Hall

 

My America TOO
Convocation Hall

 

Jackson Ewing To Speak on U.S. and Chinese Involvement in Climate Change Negotiations
Gailor Auditorium

 

David Blight, "The Origins and Meaning of the 14th Amendment in the Civil War and Reconstruction"
Convocation Hall

 

14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark, and Vanessa Lopez
Sewanee Union Theatre

 

Anxious Politics: Democratic Citizenship in a Threatening World
Convocation Hall

 

Reception for Pre-Law Students
Guerry 203

 

Conversation with Dana Perry, J.D.
Torian Room, duPont Library

 

Jennifer Hochschild to give Phi Beta Kappa lecture: “Here they treat us like a different race"
Blackman Auditorium (in Woods Labs)

 

“The Future of Diplomacy and World Geopolitics” with Ambassador Thomas Shannon
Gailor Auditorium

 

"The Idols of ISIS," a talk by Aaron Tugendhaft
Gailor Auditorium

 

Talk by Wendy Davis: Remembering Roe: Where do we go from here?
Convocation Hall

 

Panel discussion: Black Lives Matter, Social Activism and the Carceral State
Convocation Hall

 

CANCELLED - Dr. Jody Allen to speak on William and Mary’s "Lemon Project: A Journey of Reconciliation"
Gailor Auditorium