• Philip Powell presents Business and the Poor:The Ethics and the Economics
    March 29 7:00pm
    The world's economic resources are overwhelming consolidated in business, or markets.  While governments and NGOs have a role to play in economic development and poverty alleviation, the power of business to radically transform the lives of the world's income-poor communities is exponentially greater.  The six-part seminar will more »
  • Art & Refugees Symposium
    April 06 8:30am
    Join us for a day of performances, academic discussion panels, and a powerful photography exhibit, as we investigate the complex intersection of art and refugees.  Symposium participants will explore the refugee situation alongside an array of artistic expressions, as well as the artists, sociopolitical contexts, analytic frameworks, and gl more »
  • IU CINEMA: Do Not Resist
    April 08 6:30pm
    Starting on the streets of Ferguson, Mo., as the community grapples with the death of Michael Brown, Do Not Resist offers a stunning look at the current state of policing in the United States and a glimpse into the future.  Producer Laura Hartrick is scheduled to be present.  (2K DCP Pres more »
  • IU CINEMA: Fire at Sea
    April 09 3:00pm
    Gianfranco Rosi’s beautiful, mysterious, and moving film is a documentary that looks like a neorealist classic. It is a portrait of Lampedusa, the Sicilian island where desperate migrants from Africa and the Middle East arrive each year hoping for a new life in Europe: 400,000 in the last 20 yea more »
  • IU CINEMA: The Battle of Chile, Pt. 1
    April 11 7:00pm
    Part 1: The Insurrection of the Bourgeoisie examines the escalation of rightist opposition following the left’s unexpected victory in Congressional elections held in March 1973. Finding that parliamentary democracy would not stop Allende’s socialist policies, the right wing shifted its tac more »
March 26 - April 1, 2017