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OSU Faculty and Students Travel to the Human Rights Watch Film Festival in New York

August 10, 2017
OSU faculty and students sitting on building steps in New York City.

This summer, a small group of OSU students, including several of our own WGSS students, took a trip to New York City to attend the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, which is hosted in different cities throughout each year. Facilitated by affiliate English Professors Wendy Hesford and Amy Shuman, and WGSS Professor Jennifer Suchland, the group attended film screenings, discussions, and talk-backs with directors of the films. They also visited a number of relevant locations while visiting, including Ground Zero, the African Burial Ground National Monument, the Stonewall National Monument, and several sites in Harlem.

Assistant Professor Juno Salazar Parreñas Featured on International Radio

August 7, 2017
Professor Juno Parreñas

Juno Salazar Parreñas recently discussed her forthcoming book, Decolonizing Extinction: The Work of Care in Orangutan Rehabilitation, with Berlin-based sound artists Island Songs (Nicolas Perret and Sylvia Ploner) for German radio station Savvy Funk's special broadcast for the 14th documenta international contemporary art festival, which takes place in the German city of Kassel every 5 years.

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