var response='success'; jQuery('#ad-event-feed-36348 .raweventdata').html("\u003cdiv class=\"feedevent\"\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"title\"\u003e\u003ca href=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/EventList.aspx?view=EventDetails&eventidn=16310&information_id=44188&type=&syndicate=syndicate\" target=\"blank\" \u003ePolicies and Issues of Fresh Water Resources in China/Taiwan\u003c/a\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"regspaces\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"enddate\"\u003e10/03/2017\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"starttime\"\u003e4:15 PM\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"endtime\"\u003e5:45 PM\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"recurrence\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"description\"\u003eStudents, faculty and staff who traveled to Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Taiwan over the summer as part of the CHIN 087A/POLS 087A Policies and Issues of Fresh Water Resources in China and the U.S. attachment class will be reporting on their experiences.\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"contact\"\u003eCassy Burnett, cburnet1@swarthmore.edu, 610-328-8071\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"location\"\u003eKohlberg : Kohlberg, Scheuer Room, Kohlberg,\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"image\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"thumbnail\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"category\"\u003eAcademic Departments & Programs, Lecture/Talk/ Reading/ Panel\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"extrainfo\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"sponsor\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"opento\"\u003eSwarthmore Campus Community\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"startdate\"\u003e10/03/2017\u003c/div\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"feedevent\"\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"title\"\u003e\u003ca href=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/EventList.aspx?view=EventDetails&eventidn=16313&information_id=44194&type=&syndicate=syndicate\" target=\"blank\" \u003eLessons Learned from Bird Studies in Taiwan by Dr. Hsiao Wei YUAN\u003c/a\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"regspaces\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"enddate\"\u003e10/04/2017\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"starttime\"\u003e4:15 PM\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"endtime\"\u003e5:45 PM\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"recurrence\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"description\"\u003e\u003cbr /\u003e\r\nDr. Hsiao-Wei Yuan received her Ph.D from Cornell University in 1993. For her dissertation, she studied the population dynamics and breeding ecology of Common Terns at Oneida Lake, New York. Dr. Yuan, program Coordinator and Professor, teaches Bird Ecology and Conservation, Wildlife Ecology, Wildlife Habitat and Wildlife Management in National Taiwan University. \u003cbr /\u003e\r\n\u003cbr /\u003e\r\nWith her graduate students, Dr. Yuan conducts research on the ecology of a variety of birds. Dr. Yuan has also been involved in the restoration and improvement of the Wu-Wei Harbor Wetland wildlife refuge in Ilan County, and development of the biodiversity education program at the Chi-Shan Hill Cultural & Historical Park and Sitou Education Center. Recently, she has been working on Forest Therapy to enhance human welfare under the urban living environment. She received the award of “Contribution to the Forestry & Nature Conservation” from the Council of Agriculture, Taiwan, in 2012.\r\n\u003cbr /\u003e\r\n\u003cbr /\u003e\r\nThis event is sponsored by LIASE, co-organized by Chinese and German of MLL and the Environmental Studies program. Light refreshments will be served after the talk.\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"contact\"\u003eCassy Burnett, cburnet1@swarthmore.edu, 610-328-8071\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"location\"\u003eKohlberg : Kohlberg, Scheuer Room, Kohlberg,\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"image\"\u003e\u003cimg src=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/displaymedia.aspx?whatToDo=picture&id=4684\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Dr. Hsiao-Wei Yuan\" /\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"thumbnail\"\u003e\u003cimg src=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/displaymedia.aspx?whatToDo=picture&thumbnail=thumbnail&thumbnailwidth=100&id=4684&square=N\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Dr. Hsiao-Wei Yuan\" /\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"category\"\u003eAcademic Departments & Programs, Gathering/Meeting, Home Page Highlight, Lecture/Talk/ Reading/ Panel, Public Events\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"extrainfo\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"sponsor\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"opento\"\u003eThe Public\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"startdate\"\u003e10/04/2017\u003c/div\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"feedevent\"\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"title\"\u003e\u003ca href=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/EventList.aspx?view=EventDetails&eventidn=16447&information_id=44470&type=&syndicate=syndicate\" target=\"blank\" \u003eJames A. Field Lecture: \"Benjamin Lay and the Surprising Origins of Revolutionary Abolitionism\"\u003c/a\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"regspaces\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"enddate\"\u003e10/11/2017\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"starttime\"\u003e4:30 PM\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"endtime\"\u003e6:30 PM\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"recurrence\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"description\"\u003eBenjamin Lay (1682–1759) was one of the first people to demand the total, unconditional emancipation of all enslaved Africans around the world. The Quaker dwarf lived in a cave not far from Swarthmore, ate only fruits and vegetables, and created a new revolutionary way of life.\r\n\u003cp\u003eMarcus Rediker is Distinguished Professor of Atlantic History at the University of Pittsburgh and Senior Research Fellow at the Collège d\u0027études mondiales in Paris. His prize-winning books have appeared in 15 languages and include \u003cem\u003eThe Fearless Benjamin Lay: The Quaker Dwarf Who Became the First Revolutionary Abolitionist\u003c/em\u003e (Beacon Press, 2017).\u003c/p\u003e\r\nA book signing will follow the event.\r\n\u003cp\u003eLight refreshments will be served.\u003c/p\u003e\r\nJames A. Field, Jr., was the Isaac H. Clothier Professor of History and International Relations at Swarthmore College, serving on the faculty from 1947 until his retirement in 1986. Widely published in the fields of American Naval History and International Relations, Field also served four years in the Navy during World War II. He won the Bronze Star for heroism, helping in the evacuation of a small aircraft carrier that was damaged by a kamikaze attack in the Battle of Leyte Gulf.\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe James A. Field, Jr. Lecture Endowment was established by Thomas D. Jones, Jr. \u002753 and Vera Lundy Jones \u002758, in 2001, and is named after the late James A. Field, Jr., a distinguished professor of history at Swarthmore College from 1947 to 1986. The Field Endowment supports a biennial lecture by visiting scholars at Swarthmore College on the subject of the history of the United States. Donations to the Field Lecture Endowment may be made to Swarthmore College.\u003c/p\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"contact\"\u003eJen Moore, history@swarthmore.edu, 610-328-8135\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"location\"\u003eKohlberg : Kohlberg, Scheuer Room\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"image\"\u003e\u003cimg src=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/displaymedia.aspx?whatToDo=picture&id=4729\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Image of Benjamin Lay\" /\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"thumbnail\"\u003e\u003cimg src=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/displaymedia.aspx?whatToDo=picture&thumbnail=thumbnail&thumbnailwidth=100&id=4729&square=N\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Image of Benjamin Lay\" /\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"category\"\u003eAcademic Departments & Programs, Lecture/Talk/ Reading/ Panel, Public Events\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"extrainfo\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"sponsor\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"opento\"\u003eThe Public\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"startdate\"\u003e10/11/2017\u003c/div\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"feedevent\"\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"title\"\u003e\u003ca href=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/EventList.aspx?view=EventDetails&eventidn=16465&information_id=44506&type=&syndicate=syndicate\" target=\"blank\" \u003ePBK Lecture Professor Stephen Walt, “Where is U.S. Foreign Policy Headed?”\u003c/a\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"regspaces\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"enddate\"\u003e10/26/2017\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"starttime\"\u003e7:30 PM\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"endtime\"\u003e9:00 PM\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"recurrence\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"description\"\u003e\u003cbr /\u003e\r\nStephen Walt\r\nBelfer Professor of International Affairs\r\nHarvard University\r\n \r\n\u003cbr /\u003e\r\n\u003cbr /\u003e\r\nPhi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Lecture\r\n \r\n\u003cbr /\u003e\r\n\u003cbr /\u003e\r\nOctober 26th 7:30 pm\r\n \r\nScience Center 101\r\n \r\n\u003cbr /\u003e\r\n\u003cbr /\u003e\r\n“Where is U.S. Foreign Policy Headed?”\r\n \r\nThis lecture explores the future of U.S. foreign policy under President Trump. I argue that Trump was elected in part because there was growing public dissatisfaction with U.S. foreign policy. This dissatisfaction is not surprising because U.S. foreign policy has had many failures and few successes since the end of the Cold War. \u003cbr /\u003e\r\n\u003cbr /\u003e\r\nWhen Trump described U.S. foreign policy as “a complete and total disaster” (and when Bernie Sanders made similar complaints from the left), many Americans nodded their heads in agreement. During the campaign, Trump promised to “shake the rust off” and chart a new course, but his policies as president soon reverted to the familiar status quo. His bellicose tweets notwithstanding, Trump is gradually being captured, coopted, and constrained by the foreign policy establishment. Under Trump, therefore, U.S. foreign policy is likely to be an even more inept version of our recent follies.\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"contact\"\u003eRose Maio, rmaio1@swarthmore.edu, 610-328-8106\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"location\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"image\"\u003e\u003cimg src=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/displaymedia.aspx?whatToDo=picture&id=4739\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Stephen Walt\" /\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"thumbnail\"\u003e\u003cimg src=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/displaymedia.aspx?whatToDo=picture&thumbnail=thumbnail&thumbnailwidth=100&id=4739&square=N\" border=\"0\" alt=\"Stephen Walt\" /\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"category\"\u003eAcademic Departments & Programs, Lecture/Talk/ Reading/ Panel, Public Events\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"extrainfo\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"sponsor\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"opento\"\u003eThe Public\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"startdate\"\u003e10/26/2017\u003c/div\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"feedevent\"\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"title\"\u003e\u003ca href=\"http://calendar.swarthmore.edu/calendar/EventList.aspx?view=EventDetails&eventidn=16217&information_id=43959&type=&syndicate=syndicate\" target=\"blank\" \u003ePeace and Conflict Studies Presents: Dr. Zachary Moon\u003c/a\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"regspaces\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"enddate\"\u003e10/31/2017\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"starttime\"\u003e5:00 PM\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"endtime\"\u003e6:30 PM\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"recurrence\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"description\"\u003e\u003cspan id=\"docs-internal-guid-483dc253-14bc-fca3-a0f7-2df7fc141b6d\"\u003e\u003c/span\u003e\r\n\u003cp dir=\"ltr\" style=\"line-height: 1.38; margin-top: 0pt; margin-bottom: 0pt;\"\u003e\u003cspan style=\"background-color: transparent; white-space: pre-wrap; font-family: \u0027Times New Roman\u0027; font-size: 16px;\"\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eZachary Moon, Ph.D.\u003c/strong\u003e, is Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at Chicago Theological Seminary. He has served as a military chaplain since 2011. He is the author of Coming Home: Ministry That Matters with Veterans and Military Families (Chalice Press, 2015) and numerous articles on trauma, moral injury, the impact of military service, and the role of civilian communities in the post-deployment reintegration process.\r\n\u003c/span\u003e\u003cspan style=\"font-family: \u0027Times New Roman\u0027; font-size: 16px;\"\u003e\u003cbr /\u003e\r\nHis lecture, \u003cspan style=\"background-color: transparent; white-space: pre-wrap;\"\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eMoral Dimensions of Trauma,\u003c/strong\u003e touches on the impact of traumatic experiences on the whole person. \u003c/span\u003e\u003cspan style=\"background-color: transparent; white-space: pre-wrap;\"\u003eWhether in the context of military service, sexual assault, or domestic violence, traumatic experiences can shatter social-relational moral covenants that inform who we are and the meaningfulness of the worlds around us. This lecture will explore the concept of moral injury and pathways of healing.\r\nThis lecture is organized by Peace and Conflict Studies and is open to the public.\u003c/span\u003e\u003c/span\u003e\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cspan style=\"font-family: \u0027Times New Roman\u0027; font-size: 16px;\"\u003e\r\n\u003cdiv\u003e\u003cspan style=\"background-color: transparent; vertical-align: baseline; white-space: pre-wrap;\"\u003e\u003cbr /\u003e\r\n\u003c/span\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\r\n\u003c/span\u003e\u003cspan id=\"docs-internal-guid-483dc253-14bc-fca3-a0f7-2df7fc141b6d\"\u003e\u003c/span\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"contact\"\u003eEliana Yankelev, eyankel1@swarthmore.edu, (610) 328-7674\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"location\"\u003eKohlberg : Kohlberg, Scheuer Room\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"image\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"thumbnail\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"category\"\u003eAcademic Departments & Programs, Arts & Culture, Lang Center, Lecture/Talk/ Reading/ Panel, Library, Public Events, Student Events\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"extrainfo\"\u003e\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"sponsor\"\u003ePeace and Conflict Studies\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"opento\"\u003eThe Public\u003c/div\u003e\u003cdiv class=\"startdate\"\u003e10/31/2017\u003c/div\u003e\u003c/div\u003e")