Moravian InFocus Symposium '20Scarcity, Poverty, and Inequality


Moravian College's annual InFocus symposium, usually held on the college’s Main Street campus, will be held online April 22 and 23. Registration for this event is free and open to all who are interested in thinking about scarcity, poverty, and inequality. The InFocus Symposium will feature over fifty presentations from two different continents, five different states, and six different universities and colleges. The InFocus Symposium ‘20 is presented in memory of the late John V. Reynolds, professor of Political Science at Moravian College from 1979 through his death in January 2020.

Eric Klinenberg, a sociologist and the Director of the Institute for Public Knowledge at New York University will deliver his keynote, Spaces of Equality: Facing a Pandemic, on April 22 at 6:30 p.m. EDT. Klineberg’s keynote will address the question of space in the context of the current pandemic.