Archives | Ashby Dialogues | CAS | UNCG

Recent News

Solidarity Across Species: Animal and Disability Liberation

March 27, 2019

Sunaura Taylor, an artist and writer, will speak on April 11 at 4-5:30p.m. in the School of Education Building, Room […]

Power to the People? Populism in Historical Perspectives

May 2, 2018

Our Ashby topic was sparked by the unexpected election of President Donald Trump and by the rise of populist movements […]

HB2: Bad Policy, Fake News & Real Impact

April 11, 2018

FRIDAY APRIL 13, 9am – 12:30 Cone Ballroom C, Elliott University Center UNC Greensboro Free and open to the public […]

Are We Living in a Populist Era?

February 6, 2018

Cas Mudde Associate Professor Department of International Affairs The University of Georgia Thursday, February 15 5:30 pm SOEB Room 118 […]

The Universe Story and the University: Education for Justice and Sacred Earth

August 30, 2017

Evolutionary cosmologist Brian Swimme explains that the sciences in the last 100 years have produced vast empirical knowledge about the […]

Race, Student Activism and Responsible Speech: Critical Issues on the College Campus

June 13, 2017

The organizers of this Fall 2016 series of events are professors from the Departments of African American and African Diaspora Studies […]

Exploring Connections in the Past: Archaeology and Network Analysis

June 13, 2017

Friday, November 4: 12:30-1:45, Graham 421 Connecting the Dots: What is network analysis and how do archaeologists use it? Maura […]

Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Emotion, Creativity, Exercise, and Injury

June 13, 2017

Access to a 3T Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner at UNCG has encouraged a few faculty in the Departments of […]

Europe and other Fortresses in a Borderless World

June 13, 2017

In light of the recent migration catastrophe on the Mediterranean, we propose to examine refugee crises that occur around the […]

Localization in a Global World: Exploring Local and Global Pathways to Resilience

June 13, 2017

What would it look like to live in a society where the majority of our basic needs were met locally? […]