In the Huffington Post, Professor of Religious Studies Ennis Edmonds responds to an essay by Professor Vernon Schubel and examines the term “radical Islam.”
Visiting speaker targets nuclear deal with Iran.
Professor of Religious Studies Vernon Schubel makes the case in the Huffington Post for stopping the use of the term “radical Islamic extremism.”
A Kenyon professor and two students open an exhibit to share the experiences of Latinos living in rural communities.
A student group brings a prominent commentator on Middle East policy to campus to share her pro-diplomacy message.
Professor Jacqueline McAllister studies the wartime impact of international criminal tribunals.
Writer who is critical of police militarization tells Kenyon audience that the increasing use of SWAT teams promotes violence.
The Kenyon Collegian hosts a panel discussion with veteran journalists on media’s affect on history.
In a talk on campus, culture critic Martha Bayles explores the misuse and overuse of free speech.
A financial expert will speak about the fiscal crisis that began in 2007.
Kenyon’s legendary seminar, “Quest for Justice,” asks big questions about truth, justice and the human condition.
Richard Baehr ’69, co-founder of American Thinker, will speak on campus about Israel and its treatment in the media.
Brandeis law professor Anita Hill will visit campus to speak about her new book.