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CSSR News and Events


Upcoming Events

9/18/14 Small Place Identity Conference Coming Soon on Nov. 3-4

This November 3-4, SUNY Oneonta and Brooks Bar-B-Q will host a "Small Place Identity" conference. Please visit the conference page for more information. Deadlines for papers are coming up soon--October 15.


Past Events

10/7/2014 Dr. James Kennedy and Scottish Referendum

This year, we had the privilege of hosting Dr. James Kennedy, who provided important background and insight regarding the recent Scottish referendum for independence vote.

Dr. Kennedy

4/22/2014 Crisis in Crimea & The New World Order (Hunt Union Water Front)

In this panel discussion, current event in Crimea and the growing tension of the region will be discussed. Please dowload the flyer.

4/10/2014 Diversity Series: Social and Environmental Contexts of Food (CSSR and School of Social Science Event)

As part of the Diversity Series, the CSSR and the School of Social Science hosted a wonderful dialogue with Dr.s Lisa Curch and Naomi Shanguhyia. The event was entitled, "Social and Environmental Contexts of Food." See the Flyer for Food Talk 2014.



4/10/2014 Speaker Diane Nilan (Founder/President, HEAR US) at 7pm in Hunt Union Ballroom

The CSSR is excited to announce the following talk that will be given by Diane Nilan, entitled "Homelessness: Why It Matters and What We Can Do." The talk will held in the Hunt Union Ballroom at 7pm. Download the Flyer.

4/8/2014 Dr. Mark Jayne (University of Manchester, UK) at 7pm in Lee Hall

The CSSR would like to thank Dr. Mark Jayne for his excellent talk this month, entitled "Consumption, Alcohol, and the City." Download the Flyer.



4/1/2014 Winners of the CSSR Student Paper Competition Selected!

Congratulations to Nanhee Lee and Laura Arias for winning the competition! Please see the students page for more information.

11/19/2013 - Putting the POW into Power: How Communication Affects Power

Description: This lecture will examine the way in which communication affects power, in the context of diversity. This talk is part of the CSSR Diversity Series Program. All are welcome to attend--students can earn lead credit.

Speakers: Dr. Barbara J. Durkin, Assistant Professor of Management, Schoold of Economics and Business and Dr. John Chiang, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Arts

Time/Location: Tuesday, November 19th from 11:45am-12:45pm, in the Art Gallery Lobby, Fine Arts Building.

Download the flyer



5/9/2013 - Congratulations to CSSR Paper Competition Winners!

The CSSR would like to congratulate Caitlyn Kuzmich and Vanessa Griffith for winning this year's annual essay contest. Caitlyn was the winner in the short essay category for her essay, "Darwin's Nightmare: A Tale of Devastating Dependency." Vanessa (pictured below) won in the long category for her paper, "Muslims and Religious Identity: Western Europe." Both of these essays are now published under the CSSR publications page. Thanks to all who participated and made this a wonderful contest!

2013 Essay Winner

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