"I had a good name": Aslyum Stories and Patient Rights in New York State

Mon. March 28, 2022 at 6 pm

Organized and moderated by AC Seiffert, Romance Languages


Dr. Peter Statsny

Professor Elizabeth Mozer, Binghamton University

Video recording

Story in PipeDream about the event.

"Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights"

James Dawes, DeWitt Wallace Professor of English, Macalester College

Fri., March 25, 2022 at 1 pm

A TAE open house and book launch for Technologies of Human Rights Representation.

Video Recording

Workshop on the Search for External Funding

Monday, Nov. 15, 2021 at Noon

This workshop focused on the search for external funding in areas related to the TAE's focus on citizenship, rights & cultural belonging. Whether you scholarship takes the form of collaborative research, academic criticism, or monographs, Kevin Boettcher and Tanja de Mauro detail how to look for funding, ways of thinking creatively about your "deliverables," and how the university can support you during the proposal process. 

A video recording of the events is available here:

Alternatives to Academic Publishing: A Conversation with Bhakti Shringarpure

Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at 3:30 pm

Following up on our earlier panel on academic publishing (videorecording available on this page), we invited Bhakti Shringarpure to talk about alternatives and their role in decolonizing knowledge production.

Bhakti Shringarpure is Associate Professor of English & Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies; Faculty for Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies, and the Indigeneity, Race, Ethnicity & Politics program; Affiliate faculty for the Digital Humanities and Media Studies program and the Asian and Asian-American Studies Institute, University of Connecticut.

She is also the founding Editor-in-chief of Warscapes magazine, founder of the Radical Books Collective, and Series Editor of Decolonize That! Handbooks for the Revolutionary Overthrow of Embedded Colonial Ideas, OR Books (New York).

Militarism, Marginalization, and Solidarity: US Responses to COVID-19

October 2, 2020


Rhetorics of War and Solidarity

COVID-19 and Marginalized Labor

Housing and Food Precarity in the Pandemic

On Decarceration and Prison Abolition Movements

Women, Peace and Security: Re-evaluating Vulnerability

Organizers Alexandra Moore, Susan Strehle, Sunita Toor, Lourdes Peroni, Vanessa Farr

April 23-25, 2020

An international conference co-sponsored by Binghamton University's Human Rights Institute and Kaschak Institute, and the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice, Sheffield Hallam University, marking the 20th anniversary of U.N. resolution 1325 WPS initiative.

Includes pre-conference workshops and reading groups, and a post-conference dossier in Open Global Rights.


Alternatives to Academic Publishing and Decolonizing Knowledge Production: A Conversation with Bhakti Shringarpure

November 10, 2021

Video recording available here.

Roundtable: Academic Publishing in a Time of Transition 

April 30, 2021


  • Fred Appel (Princeton University Press)
  • Ben Doyle (Bloomsbury Academic)
  • Michael Rinella (SUNY Press)

Video recording available here.