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Discerning the University: Affective Entanglements in Ideology and Pathology

Date: Thu. March 1st, 2018, 2:00 pm-6:30 pm
Location: Rodman Hall Meeting A, John Carroll University, 1 John Carroll Boulevard, University Heights, OH 44118

Studies show that men and women who haven’t attend college live shorter and less healthy lives. With that in mind, this symposium, organized by the Discerning the University Working Group at John Carroll University, examines the health of the contemporary university. The symposium will feature the following presentations: “Scholé: Cultivating the Culture of Liberal Education,” by Dr. Josh 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), “Tools of the Trade: Professors and the Pedagogy of the Professions in the Era of the Great Circadian Disruption,” by Dr. Samuel Talcott (University of the Sciences), and “WHOSE UNIVERSITY?,” by Dr. Jason Wirth (Seattle University).

This event is sponsored by John Carroll University and is free and open to public.

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