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Iowa in the World Community: Academic Freedom
  The 2021 Iowa in the World Community series seeks to expand the campus and broader public understanding about international human rights standards related to pressing challenges we face in the United States, the State of Iowa, at the university, and/or

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On Mourning and Exile: Looking Back at Rwanda
  Join Rwandan author Scholastique Muksonga as she explores ideas of mourning and exile in the wake of the Rwandan genocide. Of her most recent book, “Igifu,” the New York Times writes that it “depicts the lives of Rwanda’s Tutsis

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Public or Private? Tensions Around Expression in Campus Spaces
Join Scholars at Risk (SAR) and the SAR-United States Section for Lines, Line-Drawing, and Consequences, a five-part discussion series that will explore common situations that invoke core values on college and university campuses. Every other Wednesday, SAR Executive Director Rob

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Solidarity in the Time of Social Distancing
Solidarity in the Time of Social Distancing: The Effects of COVID-19 on Knowledge Creation, Exchange, and Dissemination Date: December 10, 2020 Time: 12-2 PM (ET) Click here to register On Human Rights Day, the Canadian Section of Scholars at Risk (SAR

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