September 18, 2017
Three upcoming lectures, free and open to the public, address racial, environmental, and business issues.
Guest speaker Kekla Magoon
Thursday , Sept. 21: “Behind the Headlines” by Kekla Magoon, award-winning author of young-adult novels including How it Went Down, about a black teenager shot dead by police. The talk, part of the Tang Museum’s States of Incarceration exhibition, will be followed by a book-signing.
Tuesday, Sept. 26: “The Federal Assault on the Environment” by Judith Enck, former head administrator for the EPA’s New York State region, past president of the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, and recently a visiting scholar at Pace Law School
Wednesday, Sept. 27: Zankel Lecture, “From De Tocqueville to Machiavelli and Back: The Time is Now for Critical, Cultural Business Studies,” by Lisa Penaloza, professor of marketing at Kedge Business School in Bordeaux, France, and the Technologico de Monterrey, Mexico. She will screen clips from her film Generaciones: Cultural Identity, Memory and the Market.