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Tijen Arin
Lee F. Arnold1978
Brittney D. Brown2011
Jennifer R. Brown2012
Peter S. Calvert1979
Bethany L. Clarke2015
Amal O. Dadi2017
Jeetander Dulani1998
Suzanne Fortin
James F. Frank1964
Yirong Jing2014
Steven E. Johnson2008
Joey A. Kathan2015
Judith R. Kaufmann
Kenneth E. Labowitz1971
Emma K. Lange2016
Caleb S. Leedy2016
Kaya J. Matson2014
Rita M. McCall2016
Sydney A. McClendon2016
James Y. Meinert2010
Lingyao Meng2015
Kathryn J. Mohrman1967
Barbara E. Moore1965
Jessica D. Moore1998
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Grinnell-in-Washington, D.C.:
Back to Class: Technology and Human Rights


Please note: At the moment, have met the capacity for this event. If you are interested in attending, please complete this wait list request. Please contact Grinnell-in-Washington, D.C. regional planning coordinator Kartik Sheth '93 at 626-399-6373 or astrokartik@gmail.com with any further questions. Thank you!


The Grinnell-in-Washington, D.C. Regional Planning Committee invites you to a class discussion with the Rosenfield Program in Public Affairs, International Relations, and Human Rights Spring Break Tour. Please be our guest for a pizza dinner and a discussion with Professor Sarah Purcell '92, Professor Barb Trish, and the 20 current Grinnell students on this year's Rosenfield Program Spring Break Tour in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. We will be discussing Evgeny Morozov's The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom (2011); the students will have met with Mr. Morozov a few weeks before and will be prepared to discuss his book. Since we're going back to class, there's homework for this event!

Thursday, March 30
6:30 p.m. Reconnecting, networking, and dinner
7:30 pm. Presentation and discussion
1307 New York Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005

Please register with the Office of Development & Alumni Relations by Friday, March 24. Register online, below, or by phone at 866-850-1846. Be sure to register for this event early as there is limited space! The Grinnell-in-Washington D.C. regional planning committee will be providing pizza and beverages for our enjoyment.

Homework

The reading assignment for the evening is from The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom (2011) by Evgeny Morozov. Please read the introduction, chapters 1, 9, 11, and the afterword to the paperback edition (if you have the paperback). The book is available at bookstores and on Amazon.com and is in the collection of many D.C.-area public and university libraries. Please come prepared for an engaging discussion with Professors Purcell and Trish and current students!

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Thursday March 30
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Hosted by JC Labowitz '71 and Patti Rounsevell '71
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Thank you for your interest in this Grinnell-in-Washington, D.C. event! At the moment, we are close to or have met the capacity for this event. If you are interested in attending, please contact Grinnell-in-Washington, D.C. regional planning coordinator Kartik Sheth '93 at 626-399-6373 or astrokartik@gmail.com. Thank you!
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