Lori Gruen is the William Griffin Professor of Philosophy at Wesleyan University. She is also a professor of Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and coordinator of Wesleyan Animal Studies. She is the author and editor of 9 books, including Ethics and Animals: An Introduction (Cambridge, 2011), The Ethics of Captivity (Oxford, 2014), and Entangled Empathy (Lantern, 2015). Her work in practical ethics focuses on issues that impact those often overlooked in traditional ethical investigations, e.g.
Students, faculy and staff, and the public are invited to attend this lecture/discussion regarding spring 2017 ANTH internship conducted by Anthropology Major Grace Dietz who was provided guidance and expertise from Denise and Paul Pouliot.
The lecture/discussion is scheduled for Wed Apr 26 from 5:30-7pm at the Three Chimneys Inn (Durham NH). If you will attend RSVP required to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Orchestra is excited to end the 2016-17 season with a performance of two masterful compositions by the Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev. They will be joined by UNH’s newest faculty member, Dr. Hsiang Tu, for Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in D-flat major. Completed in 1912, Prokofiev himself performed it and won the Anton Rubenstein Prize from the St. Petersburg Conservatory in 1914. The program will conclude with Prokofiev’s beloved Peter and the Wolf. Professor David Ripley will narrate the performance, and the symphony will be joined on stage by members of UNH Dance Department.
Elizabeth Carter is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and Program Coordinator for the Sustainability Politics & Policy Certificate. Her First Monday talk will be titled "In Vino Veritas: Producer Politics and the Construction of Quality Wine Markets." You can read more about her research on the politics, sociology and economics behind food in this recent College Letter article.