Videos of Recent Obermann Conversations

This event is part of the Obermann Conversations Program: Videos of Recent Obermann Conversations.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 (All day) to Wednesday, February 13, 2019 (All day)

Domestic Stories | November 14, 2019
— with Catherine Stewart (Cornell College), Donna Cleveland (editor and feminist podcaster), Fatima Saeed (home healthcare worker), Jennifer Sherer (UI Labor Center)


Local Disabilities Initiatives | March 27, 2019
—with Tammy Nyden (Johnson County Children's Coalition), Michael Hoenig (UI Health Sciences), Janet Schlapkohl (Combined Efforts), Sujit Sing (IPTV), Mary Helen Kennerly (Seen & Heard)


Multiple Pathways to Recovery: Addiction Research and Treatment Services | February 13, 2019
—with Paul Gilbert (UI College of Public Health), Marvin Hain (Coralville VA Outpatient Clinic), Steve Steine (College of Public Health)


Photographing the Latina/o Experience in Iowa—Social Activism, Research, & Policy | November 7, 2018
—with Gerta Bardhoshi (UI College of Education) and Jeremy Swanston (UI Art & Art History Department)


The U.S./Mexico Border in Context | December 6, 2018
—with Lina-Maria Murillo (UI History and GWSS Departments), Kristy Nabhan-Warren (UI Religious Studies and GWSS Departments), Rene Rocha (UI Political Science Department), and Yolanda Rivera (attorney, chair of the Equity Committee for the ICCSD)


Gerrymandering, Voter Registration, & Access to the Ballot | October 25, 2018 
—with Andrew Bribriesco (attorney, LULAC), Tracy Osborn (UI Political Science Dept.), and Sharon Lake (grassroots activist)


Controlling Research: Gun Control, Public Health, & Restraints on Research | April 26, 2018
—with Carletta Knox-Seymour (1Strong Coalition), Mark Berg (UI Crime & Justice Policy Research Program), and Corinne Peek-Asa (UI Injury Prevention Research Center)


Global Citizenship | April 19, 2018
—with Alisa Meggitt (North Central Junior High), Jason Harshman (UI College of Education), and Caleb Elfenbein (History and Religious Studies, Grinnell College) 


So Long, Cursive! | March 6, 2018
—with Lisa Roberts (poet, Assistant Director of the Iowa Youth Writing Project), Shawn Datchuk (UI College of Education), and Cheryl Jacobsen (calligrapher, artist, UI Center for the Book instructor)


Unraveling & Mending: Art as Political Witness | February 6, 2018
—with Amir ElSaffar (jazz musician and Hancher guest artist) and Lisa Schlesinger (UI Theatre Department, CLAS)


The Making of "Hot Tamale Louie" | April 10, 2017
—with UI Music Professor and jazz musician John Rapson and fellow musicians Dave Moore and Daniel Gaglione


Johnson Co. Historic Poor Farm: New Collaborations AND Screening of Graduate Institute Film | March 22, 2017
—with students who have a vision for the Poor Farm, Shanti Sellz (Johnson County Local Food and Planning Specialist), and Alexadra Drehman (Executive Director of the Johnson County Historical Society)


Aging in Place: Keeping Older Johnson County Residents in Our Neighborhoods | February 15, 2017
—with Nancy Hauserman (Professor Emeritus, College of Business), Susan Shullaw (strategic communications consultant), Mercedes Bern-Klug (John A. Hartford Geriatric Social Work Faculty Scholar and Director of Aging Studies), and Teresa Mangum (Professor of Gender, Women’s & Sexuality Studies and Director, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies)