Human Rights Watch

To encourage the Moravian community to think about the issues of human rights across the globe, Donald St. John, professor of religion, and other faculty members have organized three panel discussions for mid-March.

The panels bracket a concert called “Incite Hope”—the motto of Amnesty International— by Debra Torok, artistlecturer in music (piano).

They focus on populations and geography:

• “Current Issues in Human Rights.” Stacey Zaremba, psychology, women’s rights; Carol Moeller, philosophy, gay and lesbian rights; Patricia Dervish, assistant district attorney for Northampton County and adjunct in sociology, children’s rights; and Fred Rooney ’75, director of the Community Legal Resource Network for the City University of New York law school. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 17.

• “Human Rights in Latin America and Africa.” Khristina Haddad, political science; Kym Morrison, history, a native of Jamaica; Fernando Rivera-Díaz, visiting assistant professor of Spanish, scholar of indigenous Peruvian languages and literature; and Kofi Opoku, professor of religious studies at Lafayette College. 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 22.

• “Human Rights in Asia.” Lisa Fischler, political science, China; Dan Jasper, sociology, India; Shalahudin Kafrawi, philosophy and religion, Islamic Asia; and Jean Kim, Moravian Theological Seminary, the Koreas. 7:00 p.m. Thursday, March 31.

All panels will meet in the UBC Room of the HUB.

March 15, 2005

Boyz 2 Men:
Paul Acampora’s novel for young readers, Defining Dulcie, is published.

Field of Dreams:
College puts $2.5 million into athletic complex improvements, renames football field for Rocco Calvo.

Bean Counters:
Winners of the coffee-bean count for Reevcs Library coffeehouse.

Human Rights Watch:
Campus events for Human Rights Week.

Music of Mercy:
Concert for by Debra Torok for Human Rights Week.
Mind Over Matter:
Campus events for Brain Awareness week.
Campus calendar.
Faculty, staff, student achievements.