Spring Community Conversations Series

Birds, Bees and Sexualities

Join us on Thursdays for a multidisciplinary conversation about the changing nature of sexuality in our world. Attendance is open to the public and there is no charge to attend.

 

Spring Community Conversations Lecture Series

Birds, Bees, and Sexualities

Please note: subject matter may be sexually frank and not appropriate for children.

April 14: Together, We Can End Sexual Violence

Stacey Spencer, Emergency Support Shelter

  Listen to this topic.

April 21: Beautiful and Bizarre: The Diversity of Sexual Practices in Nature

Louis LaPierre, LCC Biology Instructor

  Listen to this topic.

April 28: Robots: Race, Sex, & Gender

Mark Gaither, LCC Business Technology Instructor and Siri

*At the Rose Center Wollenburg Auditorium

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May 5: Conscious Open Relationships: Valid Models of Non-Monogamy

Geoffrey Richie, LCC Psychology Instructor

  Listen to this topic.

May 12: Anime: It's (Mostly) Not Pornography

Klint Hull, LCC Language & Literature Instructor

  Listen to this topic.

May 19: The Needle Goes Where? New Contraception Options for Men

Alisha Williams, LCC I-BEST Instructor

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May 26: Transgressing Boy and Girl Boxes:  Expectations and Violations

Michael Strayer, LCC Psychology Instructor, David Benson, LCC Political Science Instructor, and Nicole DiGerlando, LCC English Instructor

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June 2: From Bonobos to Homo:  Evolutionary Perspectives on Primate Sexual Behavior

Trey Batey, LCC Anthropology Instructor

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June 9: Roundtable discussion

Join the Conversation!

Examine a current topic each quarter.

Held on Thursdays at 12 noon in the Health & Science Building, Room 101 unless otherwise noted.

Attendance is open to the public. There is no charge to attend.

Presenters are LCC faculty and local community and business representatives.

Students may receive credit by enrolling in Humanities 106 (Community Conversations).


About Community Conversations

Community Conversations discussion series examines a current topic each quarter during the academic year (Fall, Winter, Spring). Attendance is open to the public. There is no charge to attend. Presenters are LCC faculty and local community and business representatives. Students may receive credit by enrolling in Humanities 106 (Community Conversations).


Contact Community Conversations

  Courtney Shah/Social Science Instructor

   360.442.2678
  cshah@lowercolumbia.edu

Need Disability Accommodation?

To arrange accommodation for a disablity call 360.442.2341.

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