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Leslie Hill

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Changing Identities with Leslie Hill

Up With Community

There are moments of change that completely redefine who we are - to the world, and to ourselves. How do we walk through these moments with grace and courage? How do we explore connections to race and gender that influence these changes? Check out our conversation with Professor Leslie Hill. Original publishing date: September 29, 2019

15mins

16 Jun 2021

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Changing Identities with Leslie Hill

Up With Community

There are moments of change that completely redefine who we are - to the world, and to ourselves. How do we walk through these moments with grace and courage? How do we explore connections to race and gender that influence these changes? Check out our conversation with Professor Leslie Hill.Original publishing date: September 29, 2019

14mins

26 Oct 2020

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"2019 In Review feat. Leslie Hill" SC 01-05-20

City Church Salt County

Listen in to our weekly gathering at 127 N Main St in Benton, AR! This week features Leslie Hill reflecting on what God has done in his her over the past year. 

44mins

7 Jan 2020

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A Conversation with Leslie Hill

Buen Camino

Leslie Hill is a Politics Professor at Bates College. Leslie’s research and teaching has focused on subjects in women, gender and politics; women in the global political economy; and, Black Women’s Studies. She retired from Bates in May 2019. Leslie sat down with Multifaith Fellows, Sara Moradi and Mara Stolzenbach to discuss her rage for justice, distaste for the word diversity, and love of puppies.

37mins

27 Nov 2019

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Leslie Hill and Helen Paris: Curious

CIIS Public Programs

Co-founders of the performance company Curious, Leslie Hill and Helen Paris, are joined in conversation by CIIS Visiting Faculty Ryan Tacata to talk about their work. This event was part of the Dancing with the So Called Dead Festival, a collaboration with the MFA Program in Theatre-Performance Making and The Arts @ CIIS.

44mins

15 Feb 2017