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The exterior of the Dodd Center building.

President Joe Biden to Visit UConn for Dedication of Dodd Center for Human Rights

'We are deeply honored that President Biden is joining us as we dedicate ourselves to extending the Dodd family legacy'

Thomas J. Dodd addressing the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg. (Thomas J. Dodd Papers, Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries)

Reflections on the Dodd Center’s Namesake 75 Years After Landmark War Crimes Trials

Sen. Chris Dodd reflects on his father's service as a prosecutor in the Nuremburg war crimes trials 75 years after they began.

Lisa J. Laplante, visiting assistant professor and Richard D. Tulisano Human Rights Fellow (Lanny Nagler for UConnl)

Interim Director of the Dodd Center Appointed

Human rights scholar Lisa Laplante, who is currently a visiting professor at the UConn Law School, will become interim director of the Dodd Center in August.

Mary Cullen received the Voice With A Smile Award in 1952. There once was a time long before iPhones and Droids when friendly telephone operators assisted callers by providing telephone numbers, help with overseas calls, and other 'customer friendly' telephone information. (Photo courtesy of the UConn Libraries.)

The ‘Voice with a Smile’ Visits Dodd Center and Connects with the Past

A former switchboard operator for SNET visited the telephone company's archives at the Dodd Center recently.

Bill Clinton

The Dodd Center: A Home for the Discussion of Human Rights

The Thomas J. Dodd Research Center was opened by incumbent President Bill Clinton 16 years ago, establishing a focal point for the study of human rights at the University and in the state.

Magic Lanterns Shine at Dodd Center

A collection of magic lanterns on display at the Dodd Research Center this summer.  The lanterns are the predecessors of modern slide and movie projectors. (Suzanne Zack/UConn Photo)

Film About Early Environmentalist Shown at Dodd Center

Helen Rozwadowski, chair of the Maritime Studies Program, introduces the film A Sense of Wonder, about early environmentalist Rachel Carson, at the Dodd Center. Photo by Margaret Malmborg

Creative Calendars on Display at Dodd Center

UConn alumni Peter Good and Jan Cummings Good during the installation of their calendar exhibit at the Dodd Center. The Goods also created the University’s visual identity. Photo by Suzanne Zack

19th century fashion images from the Dodd Center’s collection

Images from 19th century women’s magazines in the Spanish Periodicals and Newspaper Collection at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center. Photo from the Dodd Center

Call for Submissions for the 2022 Malka Penn Award for Human Rights in Children’s Literature

The prize is awarded annually by Dodd Human Rights Impact at the University of Connecticut and is presented to the author of an outstanding children’s or young adult book addressing human rights issues or themes such as discrimination, equity, poverty, justice, war, peace, slavery, or freedom.


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