The 10th Biennial Ashland University College of Arts & Sciences Symposium Against Indifference continues its theme of "Liberty & Responsibility" with a full slate of events for the Spring 2020 semester, beginning Jan. 23. The full schedule of events is available online at bit.ly/AgainstIndiffSP20.
The spring events include:
* an environmental science lecture on low-cost improvements to measuring air pollutants in Columbus;
* a panel discussion about corporate social responsibility;
* a living history performance of Carrie Chapman Catt's woman's suffrage story; and
* a 4-part series on the Victims of Communism, including a personal story from a North Korean defector, a film screening of The Lives of Others which follows an East German surveillance, lessons learned on the downfall of the Venezuelan democracy from a Venezuelan dissident and a lecture on Havel's Rhetoric of Truth through Communist Czechoslovakia