Munroe Center for Social Inquiry

Each academic year, the Ruth and Lee Munroe Center for Social Inquiry continues the pursuit of interdisciplinary learning and public inquiry embodied by the lives and service of two of Pitzer’s most distinguished and beloved professors Robert “Lee” Munroe, research professor of anthropology, and the late Ruth Hagberg Munroe.

The Center sponsors a themed series of events including lectures, seminars and panel discussions.

The Munroe Center for Social Inquiry’s 2016-2017 theme is ISLAM: Beyond Ideological Narratives. All events are at 4:15 p.m. on Tuesdays unless otherwise noted.

The Director for 2016-17 is Associate Professor of Philosophy Ahmed Alwishah.

Page last updated on August 25, 2016