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Wednesday, January 16
The impact of mountain-top removal mining on the people and environment of Appalachia
Lou Martin, Ph. D.
Assistant Professor of History, Department of History, Political Science, and International Studies, Chatham University
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Thursday, January 24
A "panorama of modern atrocities," focusing on the Holocaust, the Soviet gulags, Cambodia, Rwanda, Darfur and Hiroshima
Elochukwu Uzukwu , Th. D.
Associate Professor, Department of Theology, Duquesne University
Tuesday, January 29
The horror of acid attacks on women in Pakistan--and a sober look at how America's obsession with youth and beauty contributes to the physical and mental abuse of women in our own society
Elisabeth T. Vasko
Assistant Professor, Department of Theology, Duquesne University
Monday, February 4
An investigative documentary about the epidemic of rape of women soldiers within the US military
Holly A. Mayer, Ph. D.
Chair, Associate Professor, Department of History, Duquesne University
Moni McIntyre, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Graduate Center for Social and Public Policy, Duquesne University
Wednesday, February 13
An investigation of the 2011 accident at Fukushima, and its impact on the future of the US and worldwide nuclear industry
Evelyn O. Talbott, Dr. P.H., M.P.H.
Professor of Epidemiology, University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health
Thursday, February 21
Six international poets who survived Hiroshima, the Holocaust, China's Cultural Revolution, the Kurdish genocide in Iraq, the Rwandan genocide, and the Iranian Revolution.
Samuel Hazo, McAnulty Distinguished Professor of English Emeritus, will read selections of his poetry