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    The Inequality and Policy Research Center at Claremont Graduate University

    The Inequality and Policy Research Center at Claremont Graduate University

    The Inequality and Policy Research Center (IPRC) is an initiative of the Institute for Democratic Renewal. IPRC supports the scientific analysis of political, health, socioeconomic, and group-specific inequality in the United States and abroad. We develop evidence-based policy and program solutions to problems related to inequality.

    • 4 min
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    The Pat Reif Memorial Lectureship at Claremont Graduate University

    The Pat Reif Memorial Lectureship at Claremont Graduate University

    The annual Pat Reif Memorial Lectureship was created in 2002 in honor of Patricia A. Reif, IHM, PhD. A scholar, educator, and activist, Reif taught philosophy and chaired the graduate department in religious studies at Immaculate Heart College. In 1984 she founded the MA program in feminist spirituality at Immaculate Heart College Center. Active in many social justice issues, including domestic abuse, poverty, immigration, welfare rights, and the anti-nuclear movement, Reif co-founded the Interfaith Hunger Coalition and the Southern California Interfaith Task Force on Central America (SCITCA).

    • 7 min
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    Considering Gilgamesh - Syria, the Story, and the Art of Saad Yagan

    Considering Gilgamesh - Syria, the Story, and the Art of Saad Yagan

    As an initial response to a generous gift by Trustee Emeritus Hazem Chehabi, CGU crafted a transdisciplinary course around artist Saad Yagan’s Gilgamesh series of paintings, studying the unique character of this collection and examining it from numerous perspectives. The course examined the Gilgamesh story, its modern discovery by scholars, and the impact of this discovery on its interpretation, as well as concepts of religion, masculinity, and gender revealed in the ancient text.

    • 3 min
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    CGU Stories - Kiera Peacock and the Paul Gray Personal Computing Museum

    CGU Stories - Kiera Peacock and the Paul Gray Personal Computing Museum

    For many years, specimens from Paul Gray’s collection of early computers have been a familiar sight in CGU's Academic Computing Building. Kiera Peacock decided to take her passion for museum work and apply it to refreshing the exhibit—and giving greater attention to the work of a man who touched so many lives on campus and off.

    • 4 min
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    Feka Parchibell and the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program at CGU

    Feka Parchibell and the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program at CGU

    Feka Parchibell of Cameroon, Central Africa, participated in the Teaching Excellence & Achievement (TEA) Program hosted by Claremont Graduate University’s School of Educational Studies in Fall 2015.

    • 4 min
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    In the Poetry Library with Dawn Lundy Martin

    In the Poetry Library with Dawn Lundy Martin

    Poet Dawn Lundy Martin is the winner of the 2019 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award for her book Good Stock Strange Blood, which experiments with language as it explores the meaning of identity, the body, and the burdens of history along with one’s own private traumas.

    • 5 min

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