Portrait of Baron Pineda

A Conversation with Baron Pineda

October 17, 2018
Communications Staff
A cultural anthropologist specializing in human rights and indigenous peoples, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Latin American Studies Baron Pineda is one of seven scholars advising Facebook on the challenges of enforcing community standards.
4 people in white shirts who are part of Angels in America play

Matthew Wright Brings Angels to Life

May 14, 2018
Chloe Vassot ’18
The Oberlin community had the opportunity to see Angels in America , the two-part, award-winning play that centers on New York City during the 1980s AIDS crisis. Producing this play has long been an ambition of Professor of Theater Matthew Wright.
photo of KJ Cerankowski

A Conversation with KJ Cerankowski

January 11, 2018
Communications Staff
KJ Cerankowski, assistant professor of gender, sexuality, and feminist studies (GSFS) and comparative American studies (CAS), discusses one pivotal experience in a feminist bookstore, asexuality, and the value of GSFS and CAS in a variety of careers.

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