Dudley House Common Room
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Dudley House will host an important forum on Occupy Harvard on Monday, November 21, at 6:30 p.m., in the Common Room, 2nd floor, Dudley House.
Former Dudley House Masters Everett Mendelsohn and Mary Anderson will lead a panel discussion aimed at exploring the concerns and perspectives of Harvard graduate and undergraduate students about the Occupy movement, Yard access, and related issues. The panel will include Harvard students who are active in Occupy Harvard and Occupy Boston, as well as representatives of Harvard’s faculty and administration, including Harvard College Dean Evelynn Hammonds.
The event is free and open to Dudley House members (GSAS students, Dudley undergraduates, and residents of the GSAS residence halls).
Please note that capacity in the Common Room is limited.
Please remember to carry your Harvard ID for gate access.
Read Harvard’s FAQ on Yard access and the Occupy Harvard movement: http://www.harvard.edu/protest-at-harvard
Find Occupy Harvard on the web: http://occupyharvard.net/
Everett Mendelsohn, PhD ’60, is professor of the history of science emeritus at Harvard, where he has been on the faculty since 1960. His wife, Mary Anderson, is now retired as founder and president of the Collaborative for Development Action, a Cambridge-based nonprofit. The couple, who are both active in international social issues, established a tradition of topical forums and seminars for graduate students while they were Dudley House masters.