March 1, 2018 ALL

Today: Discerning the University Interdisciplinary Workshop on 3/1

Who or what calls the University into existence today?

The Shula Chair in Philosophy is pleased to invite you to an interdisciplinary workshop on March 1, 2018, titled “Discerning the University: Affective Entanglements in Ideology and Pathology.”

An initiative of the Discerning the University Working Group, the workshop brings scholars working in Critical University Studies to assess the state of the contemporary University. Please join us for the following presentations:

“WHOSE UNIVERSITY?,” by Dr. Jason Wirth (Seattle University)

“The University in the Time of the Great Circadian Disruption,” by Dr. Samuel Talcott (University of the Sciences)

“Scholé: Cultivating the Culture of Liberal Education,” by Dr. Joshua Michael Hayes (Alvernia University)

“Writing Through Writer’s Block: Race, Gender and Knowledge Cultures in the American Academy,” by Dr. Naomi Greyser (University of Iowa)

March 1, 2018
Rodman Hall,
Room Rodman A
2-6:30 PM

See and follow us on Facebook and twitter @jcuphilosophy for a detailed schedule of the day’s talks.