Difficult Dialogues

President Pasquerella hosts Amherst Media's Difficult Dialogues.

Episode 9: (recorded March 14, 2014): President Pasquerella talks with David Manuel Hernandez, Professor of Spanish, Latina/o and Latin American Studies at Mount Holyoke College, about immigration issues in the United States.

Episode 8: (recorded February 7, 2014): President Pasquerella discusses women in technology with Audrey St. John, Clare Booth Luce Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Mount Holyoke College, and Maria Toyofuku, Director of Information Technology with Five Colleges, Inc. 

Episode 7: (recorded December 17, 2013; aired January 2014) Mount Holyoke College President Lynn Pasquerella discusses the casino controversy in Massachusetts with Dr. Rachel Volberg, Research Associate Professor, School of Public Health & Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. 

Episode 6: (December 17, 2013) Mount Holyoke College President Lynn Pasquerella discusses the casino controversy in Massachusetts with Robert Goodman, Emeritus Professor of Environmental Design at Hampshire College, and Karen Jacobus, Coordinator of Health Education at Mount Holyoke College.

Episode 5: (November 25, 2013) Dr. Lynn Pasquerella interviews Dr. Preston Smith, Professor of Politics and Chair of African American and African Studies, Mount Holyoke College.

Episode 4: (October 29, 2013) President Pasquerella discusses gender identity issues with Dr. Genny Beemyn, Director of the Stonewall Center at UMass Amherst, and Dr. Mitch Boucher of the Sexual Minorities Archives Board of Directors in Northampton. 
 
Episode 3: (September 11, 2013) Conversation with Gregory White and Kavita Khory focusing on recent events in Egypt and other countries in the Middle East with comparison to recent trends in Pakistan.
 
Episode 2: (August 29, 2013) President Pasquerella discusses the Trayvon Martin case and race issues in the United States with Amilcar Shabazz & Chris Tinson.
 
Episode 1: (August 12, 2013) President Pasquerella talks with Dr. Cerri Banks, Vice President for Student Affairs at Mount Holyoke College, and Rosa Clemente, the 2008 Vice Presidential Candidate for the Green Party, about the Trayvon Martin case and race issues in America.