Social Sciences Events

April 3 - 9, 2019

Wednesday, April 3

Creating Computing Citizens: American History from the User Up

What does it mean to write American history from the user up? When I was researching A People’s History of Computing in the United States, stories of...

Thursday, April 4

SOSC Brown Bag: Shared Responsibilities for International Migrants and Refugees

The Division of Social Sciences Presents this semester’s Luncheon Seminar Series. This Brown Bag lunch features: Professor Ellen Kraly from the Department...

Friday, April 5

From Robotic Operas to City Symphonies and Beyond

Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar, Tod Machover, Muriel R. Cooper Professor of Music and Media, MIT Media Lab, will speak. A look at the future of music,...

Migrant Domestic Workers and the Politics of Citizenship

Professor Sharon Yam (University of Kentucky) will examine the court case surrounding the quest of migrant domestic workers for permanent residency in Hong...

History Conversations

The History Department is proud to announce that on April 5, four Colgate History alums, Carrie Blackmore, Morgan Nevins, Sohee Ryuk, and Jack Schnettler...

Monday, April 8

Coffee and landscape change in Colombia - Peter Gould Memorial Lecture

The 19th Annual Peter Gould Memorial Lecture in Geography presents "Coffee and landscape change in Colombia" Andres Guhl, Associate Professor, Department of...

Tuesday, April 9

Life Long Learning Program- Harry Emerson Fosdick 1900: Colgate's Most Distinguished Graduate, Now Unknown

Born 1878, Colgate graduate, class of 1900, Harry Emerson Fosdick was a Protestant minister, ordained in 1903 after Divinity study at Union Theological...

Pradip Datta Lecture

'The Changing Nation-ness of Contemporary India' India is currently at its most important crossroad since its independence from the British Empire. The...

April 3 - 9, 2019