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A Spotlight On "The Special Plight Of Refugees"

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Vanderbilt University
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Next week, a philosophy professor at Vanderbilt University who writes about refugees will speak on this campus, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

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Prof. Talia Welsh

Kelly Oliver will give a lecture - titled, “The Special Plight of Refugees - hosted by UTC’s Center for Women and Gender Equity as part of Women’s History Month.

 

Talia Welsh is a UC Foundation Professor in Philosophy on this campus...

  

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