A reading and Q&A with Sportswriter John Rosengren.
The 11th annual Assumption College Business Ethics Lecture will be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 22, in La Maison Française Salon.
This year’s lecture will feature former White House climate change official William J. Antholis, Ph.D., now managing director of the prestigious Brookings Institution. He will discuss "Ethics and Politics in India and China: From Local Self-Government to Global Sustainability."
John C. Cavadini, Ph.D., Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame and Director of the Institute of Church Life, will deliver the Annual Augustine Lecture as part of the 2013-2014 President's Lecture Series.
Professor Giannopoulou will conduct a seminar titled “The Self as Subject and Object of Knowledge in Plato.” This seminar is presented by the Assumption College Philosophy department, through its membership in the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy (B.A.C.A.P.).
For more information, please contact: Prof. Daniel P. Maher, email@example.com.
The Philosophy Department, through its membership in the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy (B.A.C.A.P.), is pleased to present “Self –Knowledge in Plato’s Theaetetus and Alcibiades 1” a lecture by Professor Zina Giannopoulou, University of California, Irvine. Professor John Partridge of Wheaton College will serve as commentator.
Dr. Janet E. Smith, Ph.D, will discuss how attacks on the culture of life go hand-in-hand with attacks on religious liberty, and why many in the United States seem to think that the right to life and (religious) liberty must be sacrificed to the pursuit of happiness.
In her lecture, Dr. Smith argues that only a commitment to the New Evangelization can show us the way to address the present and coming oppression of religious practice.
The Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS) Program at Assumption College
Invites you to the Third Annual MEMS Faculty Lecture. Dr. Jeremy Geddert from the Assumption Political Science Department will present “The Responsibility of Rights: Is Hugo Grotius Really an Early Modern Possessive Individualist?”
Drinks and refreshments will be served in the Testa Atrium.