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Institute for Citizenship & Social Responsibility

1906 College Heights Blvd #71084
Bowling Green, KY 42101

270 745-3218


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Wednesday March 4th
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Faculty Brown Bag with Dr. Christopher Lewis
Location: Tate Page Hall 214

Wednesday, March 4th   12-1:00pm TPH 214

Dr. Christopher Lewis 

"Dirty Mouths: Shameless Expression and African American LGBT Literature."


Check out our website for more informaiton on Faculty Brown Bags.

Tuesday March 17th
4:00pm - 5:00pm
ISCR Third Tuesday Tea (T3), Dr. Christina Noel
Location: TBA

PRESENTER:    Dr. Christina Noel, Ph.D

                      Assistant Professor/School of Teacher Education

TOPIC/TITLE: “Disability and Deinstitutionalization: Then and Now”


The Third Tuesday Tea (T3) is a monthly opportunity for WKU faculty, staff, students and community members to gather together to discuss - often complex - contemporary social issues. The typical format of this discussion includes a short presentation on a predetermined topic followed by a facilitated discussion.

This gathering occurs on the third Tuesday of each month throughout the semester.  ICSR T3 events are swipe-able and include refreshments, when possible.

Examples of past T3s: Guam: Where American Colonialism Continues.., Media & Politics; Rumble in the Jungle: How Big Oil Has Come to Rule Our World and What We Can Do About It; The Ballot or the Bullet (remix): Black Voter Suppression and Premature Death; Women Writing Women: Gender, Art & Society

Thursday March 19th
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Dr. Matthew Wilson
Location: DSU 3020

Social Justice and Coalition Building ICSR's Spring Speakers Series

Dr. Matthew W. Wilson

Assistant Professor, Geography Department

University of Kentucky

"Paying attention, Digital media, and Community-based Critical GIS”

-Wheelchair accessible

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-Reception following talks

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