Multidisciplinary Workshop

As part of the ongoing programming for the Center for the Advancement of the Humanities, we will be hosting workshop roundtable discussions with MU faculty, students, and community members on special issue topics. These events seek to generate conversation and the sharing of knowledge across disciplinary lines in ways consistent with Marquette University’s commitment to human well-being and the humanistic studies more broadly. The first of these events begin in the 2018-19 Academic Year. We aim to host 2-3 sessions in the first year. Please join us and share in these collaborative knowledge projects at Marquette!

If you are interested in pitching a topic for our Interdisciplinary Discussion Series, please contact: sarah.kizuk@marquette.edu


 

Flyer for Shame discussion features a man seeing his face melting, echoing the idea that shame threatens the self. AMU 163, October 5th, 3-5pm.

SHAME

Our first in this Interdisciplinary Discussion Series will be on the topic of Shame. Faculty will discuss their work as well as different disciplinary approaches the concept of shame.

Moderator:

Dr. Jessica Wolfendale, Philosophy

Participants:

Dr. Richard Frimm, International Studies and Political Science
Dr. Nakia Gordan, Psychology
Dr. Brittany Pladex, English
Dr. Anthony Porcelli, Psychology
Dr. Theresa Tobin, Philosophy

October 5th, 2018 
AMU Fr. John Naus SJ Memorial Room
3 -5 p.m.

Free and open to all, light refreshments will be served.