Prof. speaks on gender violence

Anita Hill (WGS/ HS/ LGLS/ AAAS)—a lawyer and professor at Brandeis—was recently featured on National Public Radio(NPR) on her work in confronting gender-based violence. In the podcast, Hill discussed gender-based violence against women and other topics that she addresses in her new book “Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence.” In her conversation with […]

Guest lecturer Akwaeke Emezi speaks at Eleanor Roosevelt lecture series

Akwaeke Emezi is a National Book Foundation “5 Under 35” honoree born in Umuahia and raised in Aba, Nigeria. They were this year’s Eleanor Roosevelt speaker series guest. Emezi, writer of “Dear Senthuran” and “The Death of Vivek Oji,” came to speak at Brandeis about their experience as a Black writer, previewed one of their […]

Panelists discuss restorative justice in Berlin

In an event held by the university, panelists discussed relations between Germans, Israelis and Palestinians in Berlin in what they referred to as The Moral Triangle. Authors of The Moral Triangle: Germans, Israelis, Palestinians, Katharina Galor and Sa’ed Atshan, brought these three communities into dialogue regarding different treatment of these groups and restorative justice measures […]