Celebrating Scholarship & Engagement Series: Feb. 7, 2012

The first day of the Wells College CS&E Series will focus on "Civil Rights and Civil Liberties."




10: 00 am - 5:00 pm


See schedule below for specific time and location information.

General Info

Celebrating Scholarship and Engagement Series

Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

February 7, 2012

10-11:00 am

Opening Speaker

Stratton 209


Meghan Barbay, Women's Rights National Historical Park: "The Woman Question: How Women’s Rights Emerged from the Anti-Slavery Movement”



11:15 am-1:30 pm

Student Thesis and Internship Poster Session

Stratton Hall




11:30am-1 pm

Student Thesis Presentations


Stratton 209

12:15 and 1:00 pm

Arizona Banned Book Readings


Dining Hall

1:30-3 pm

Afternoon Panel Discussions



Civil Liberties in the Digital Age:



Bryant Adams: “How Safe is Your Data?  Is Your Data YOURS?” 

Cleveland Auditorium


Bryant Sanders ’12: “Cyberbullying and Civil Liberties – From Wells to the Web”

Art Exhibit Room (Macmillan 3rd floor)


Civil Rights and Liberties in the 21st Century Economy   



Bob Ellis: “OWS and Income Inequality in the United States”

Stratton 209


Civil Rights vs. Civil Liberties



Susan Tabrizi: “Gay Marriage and Local Politics: How Ledyard Got on the Map”


(Main 1st floor)


3:30-5 pm

Film Screening and Discussion with Filmmaker

Phipps  Auditorium 


“300 Miles to Freedom” with Director/Producer Anand Kamalakar  (http://300milestofreedom.com/)



Please contact Professor Tabrizi or Professor Koepp directly if you have any questions about the schedule.