Upcoming Events

In an effort to ensure the UNH community is apprised of events centered around diversity, equity and inclusion, the Office of Community, Equity, and Diversity is providing a monthly calendar to showcase upcoming events. Please feel free to share this calendar with your colleagues. The content is determined based on the title, description and/or tags provided for each event listed within the UNH Main Calendar.
 

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  • October
    6

    NH Listens: Understanding and Preventing Hate-Based Activity

    NH Listens: Understanding and Preventing Hate-Based Activity 6:00pm - 8:00pm, The Maine and New Hampshire Seacoast area has experienced increased hate-based activity in recent months. Please join us for an informative online presentation and Q&A with area police departments and local community groups working to address hate-based activity. Talk with your neighbors about proactive and effective ways to respond. Learn more about:How to identify symbols affiliated with hate groupsActive groups identified in our areaHow activity in the Seacoast compare...
  • October
    7

    Global, Racial and Social Inequality Lab research celebration

    1:00pm - 2:30pm, Please join us for the Global, Racial and Social Inequality Lab (GRSIL) celebration on Friday, October 7th 1:00-2:30. We will be joined by our student-faculty research collaboratives from the past year to hear about their projects, research, fellowships and introduce the next iteration of our grant funding opportunities. RSVP here by October 1. This event will be located in Hamilton Smith Hall Atrium with refreshments.  Open to all UNH faculty, staff, students, alumni and com...
  • October
    12

    NH Listens: Basic Facilitator Training

    12:00pm - 2:00pm,  NH Listens: Basic Facilitator TrainingJoin this 2-hour basic facilitator training for tips on facilitating that you can apply both on and offline. We’ll focus on sharing:Some key facilitator conceptsShare a mix of tips and tools for using and managing technologyTips for hosting and facilitating on and offline conversationsProvide time for small group reflections and practice Ideas for keeping things interactive to engage people in and outside virtual spacesWe welcome anyone...
  • October
    13

    Palaces for the People, Lecture by Eric Klinenberg

    Palaces for the People, Lecture by Eric Klinenberg 4:00pm - 5:00pm, Palaces for the People: How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization and the Decline of Civic Life. A lecture by Eric Klinenberg. The future of democratic societies rests not simply on shared values but on shared spaces: the libraries, childcare centers, churches and parks where crucial connections are formed. Interweaving his own research with examples from around the globe, in this lecture, Klinenberg will explain how “social infrastructure” is helping ...
  • October
    18

    Cola Faculty Research and Writing Group

    Cola Faculty Research and Writing Group 12:30pm - 2:00pm, The Global Racial and Social Inequality Lab invites COLA faculty to a writing and research group led by Dr. Delia Konzett, Join us for the third Tuesday each month from 12:40 - 2:00 p.m. during the Fall 2022 semester!
  • October
    19

    Negotiating Cultural and Generational Divides

    Negotiating Cultural and Generational Divides 12:15pm - 1:30pm, Living, Learning, and Laughing by The Chopsticks-Fork PrincipleCathy Bao Bean's book, "The Chopsticks-Fork Principle" has been the discussion of many talks about multiculturalism, generational divides, and family expectations. The concept has received international acclaim; the original book having been adapted as an educational resource in China. As a philosopher, writer, and educational consultant, Cathy Bao Bean has presented a wide range of programs throughout the United...
  • October
    21

    Mother's Milk: Breastfeeding from Metaphor to Practice (Conference)

    Mother's Milk: Breastfeeding from Metaphor to Practice (Conference) Mother’s Milk: Breastfeeding from Metaphor to PracticeFri., October 21 - Sun., October 23University of New Hampshire and Online (ET)CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Friday, October 21 12:00-12:30 pm Opening Remarks (Zoom) Harriet Fertik (Ohio State University) and Anna Wainwright (University of New Hampshire)1:00-2:30 pm Milk as Substance and Symbol (Zoom) Yujhán Claros (University of New Hampshire): “Quarts of Milk Like Marble Statues:” Theorizing African-American Female Bodies and an Aesthetics of...
  • October
    21

    Ebony Flowers

    Ebony Flowers 12:00pm - 1:30pm,  A Zoom comics workshop and lecture by Ebony Flowers, artist of the 2019 graphic collection Hot Comb, about black women’s identity through hair.  Presented by the UNH English department.
  • October
    22

    Mother's Milk: Breastfeeding from Metaphor to Practice (Conference)

    Mother's Milk: Breastfeeding from Metaphor to Practice (Conference) Mother’s Milk: Breastfeeding from Metaphor to PracticeFri., October 21 - Sun., October 23University of New Hampshire and Online (ET)CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Saturday, October 22   11 am-12:30 pm Nursing as Private, Nursing as Public: Italy, A Case Study (Zoom) Shannon McHugh (University of Massachusetts Boston): Orpheus Lactans: Nursing in Renaissance Italian Lyric PoetrySimona di Martino (University of Warwick): Quality Milk and Nursing Bodies in Luigi Pirandello’s Novelle per un annoDiana G...
  • October
    23

    Mother's Milk: Breastfeeding from Metaphor to Practice (Conference)

    Mother's Milk: Breastfeeding from Metaphor to Practice (Conference)  Mother’s Milk: Breastfeeding from Metaphor to PracticeFri., October 21 - Sun., October 23University of New Hampshire and Online (ET)CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Sunday, October 23  11 am -12:30 pm Milky Mothers: Pure and Impure (Zoom)Christopher Richards (Institute of Fine Arts, New York University): The Virgin Mary Breastfeeds: Theorizing Materiality and ImagesSamantha Katz Seal (University of New Hampshire): ​​“Yeve the Child to Sowke:” On (Not) Breastfeeding the Infant in Chaucer’s Reeve’s Tal...
  • October
    24

    Implications of the 2022 Midterms on the 2024 Election Cycle

    Implications of the 2022 Midterms on the 2024 Election Cycle 6:45pm - 8:00pm,  A Conversation with CNN Journalist Harry EntenDartmouth Professor Dean Lacy and UNH Professor Emily Baer will host a live audience, virtual conversation on the midterm elections, with CNN journalist and Dartmouth alumnus Harry Enten, from both the Hanover and Durham campuses. Join us in MUB Theater 1 or on Zoom.  
  • October
    25

    Renewing Trust in Democracy: Equal Access to Justice

    6:00pm - 7:00pm,  Join us for a William W. Treat lecture with Margaret (Maggie) Goodlander, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice, in conversation with Laura Knoy on Renewing Trust in Democracy: Equal Access to Justice. This event is taking place at the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law in Concord, NH at 6:00pm on October 25th. We will start promptly at 6:00pm, please arrive by 5:45pm to have time for event check-in. There is a virtual Zoom option for those not able to...
  • October
    26

    Tips for Neurodiverse Mentoring and Education

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  • October
    27

    Hans Heilbronner Lecture: The Farhud: When the Mob Came After the Jews of Bagdad

    Hans Heilbronner Lecture: The Farhud: When the Mob Came After the Jews of Bagdad 4:00pm - 5:00pm, A lecture by Joseph Samuels. Samuels was born in the Jewish quarter of the old city of Baghdad in December 1930. An Arabic speaker, he grew up believing that Baghdad was his home and Iraq his country. The Farhud, the anti-Jewish massacre that took place on June 1, 1941, during the Holocaust, shattered his belief. Samuels will discuss this ancient Jewish community and its demise, drawing on the experiences of his family and friends, as well as his own perspective as a boy. His...
  • October
    28

    Social Justice Awareness Workshop

    Social Justice Awareness Workshop 9:00am - 3:30pm,  Social Justice Education(SJE)is a professional development opportunity for UNH faculty, staff and graduate students to further their awareness, knowledge and skill sets allowing for critical analysis of the services we provide, and of the relational dynamics we seek in a diverse institution. We will explore “social justice” via personal and institutional lenses to analyze: power and privilege, discrimination and prejudice, inclusion and equity through the multiple soci...