Latin America, Labor and Justice, Police Reform Topics of Wesleyan Thinks Big

Faculty presented talks during Wesleyan Thinks Big April 21 in Memorial Chapel. During the TED-talk style event, Wesleyan professors lectured for 10 minutes on an experience, a personal passion or an existential question.

Assistant Professor of Science in Society Anthony Hatch spoke "On Serving Others: Labor and Justice in the New Gilded Age."

Assistant Professor of Science in Society Anthony Ryan Hatch spoke “On Serving Others: Labor and Justice in the New Gilded Age.”

Associate Professor of Theater and Latin American Studies Cláudia Tatinge Nascimento presented a talk titled "The Other Latin America."

Associate Professor of Theater and Latin American Studies Cláudia Tatinge Nascimento presented a talk titled “The Other Latin America.”

isiting Assistant Professor of African American Studies Clemmie L. Harris gave a talk titled "Why Police Reform Is Not Enough: Race, Urban Neighborhoods, and the Selective Enforcement of Stop and Frisk."

Visiting Assistant Professor of African American Studies Clemmie Harris spoke on “Why Police Reform Is Not Enough: Race, Urban Neighborhoods, and the Selective Enforcement of Stop and Frisk.”

Several Wesleyan students, faculty and staff attended the talks. (Photos by Rebecca Goldfarb Terry '19)

Several Wesleyan students, faculty and staff attended the talks. (Photos by Rebecca Goldfarb Terry ’19)