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Bucketlist: Free Speech And Mass Violence

U.S. Nuclear test in 1954

Bucket List represents the intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you notice any events that have been left off the list, or have a correction to make, please leave them in the comments.

Recommended:

  • HATE: Why We Should Resist it With Free Speech, Not Censorship, Monday 6 to 8 pm, Columbia Law School
  • F*** White Supremacy: Epistemic Disobedience, Free Speech, and Protest, Tuesday, 12 to 1 pm, International Affairs Building
  • Just Violence: A Conversation with Rachel Wahl, Thursday, 2 to 3 pm, Dodge Hall

Monday, April 9th:

  • The Andean Way: The Quest to Control Corruption in Peru, 1 to 2 pm, International Affairs Building
  • Cosmic Symbolism on Religious Architecture in Mongol Anatolia, 6 to 8 pm, Schermerhorn Hall
  • HATE: Why We Should Resist it With Free Speech, Not Censorship, 6 to 8 pm, Columbia Law School
  • #MeToo: Supporting Survivors in the Midst of a Cultural Shift, 6 to 8 pm, Milbank Hall

Tuesday, April 10th:

  • Russia’s Pivot To Asia: Relations With China, Japan, The Korean Peninsula, And ASEAN, 12 to 2 pm, International Affairs Building
  • F*** White Supremacy: Epistemic Disobedience, Free Speech, and Protest, 12 to 1 pm, International Affairs Building

Wednesday, April 11th:

  • Scott Sagan, “Revisiting Hiroshima in Iran: What the Public Really Thinks about Using Nuclear Weapons and Killing Non-Combatants” The 9th Annual Kenneth N. Waltz Lecture in International Relations, 4:15 to 6 pm, Faculty House
  • Hip-Hop Education: Propelling and Preserving the Movement (Community Scholars Lecture Series), 2018 6:30 to 8:30 pm, Faculty House

Thursday, April 12th:

  • The Trump Administration and Southeast Asia: Strategic Implications & Southeast Asian Responses, 2018 12 to 4 pm, Faculty House
  • Just Violence: A Conversation with Rachel Wahl, 2 to 3 pm, Dodge Hall
  • “China 1979: A Year of Great Significance, as Experienced by an American Exchange Student”, 4 to 5:30 pm, International Affairs Building
  • From “Inferno” To “Metamorphosis”: Building a Movement to End Mass Punishment, 6 pm, Jerome Greene Hall

Friday, April 13th:

  • Symposium: The Culture Of Post-Socialism: Black Sea Horizons, 9:30 am to 6:30 pm, International Affairs Building (full list of events here)

nuclear explosion via wikicommons

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It has been this way for at least fifty years, this is nothing new. School does start the Tuesday after (read more)
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I've been here since 1984, and I don't remember Reading Week ever being more (or less) than 3 days--am I (read more)
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It has been this way for at least fifty years, this is nothing new. School does start the Tuesday after (read more)
Callout: So, Where Are Our Grades?
January 10, 2019
I've been here since 1984, and I don't remember Reading Week ever being more (or less) than 3 days--am I (read more)
Callout: So, Where Are Our Grades?
January 10, 2019
Sorry, the professulas finally kept their promise that if Trump was elected, they would emigrate to CHina as organ donors. (read more)
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January 9, 2019
This is a bigger root problem is the administration's inexplicable commitment to starting the term the day after Labor Day. (read more)
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January 9, 2019