推荐几个靠谱的外围买球网站’s autumn lecture series kicks off in September 和 runs through November 6. 2023年的阵容包括:
DEBATE: IS CONSCIOUSNESS A FUNDAMENTAL
推荐者: Dr. 菲利普·高夫博士. 肖恩•卡罗尔
Dr. Goff is Professor of Philosophy at Durham University (UK). 他是……的作者
书, Consciousness 和 Fundamental Reality (Oxford University Press, 2017) 和 Why? 宇宙存在的目的 (Oxford University Press, 2023), 和 the trade book, 伽利略的错误 (2019年的). He hosts the Mind Chat podcast with Keith Frankish (Open University).
Dr. Carroll is Homewood Professor of Natural Philosophy at Johns Hopkins University 和 is Fractal 教师 at the Santa Fe Institute. He is the author of numerous 书, including, most recently, The Biggest Ideas in the Universe: Space, Time, 和 Motion (2022年达顿). 他是Mindscape播客的主持人.
推荐者: Dr. 迈克尔方面
Dr. Tye is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas-Austin. He is a leading figure working on consciousness in the philosophy of mind today. He is the author of nine monographs on various problems in the philosophy of mind, with a special focus on the problem of consciousness. 他最近的一本书是 Vagueness 和 the Evolution of Consciousness (牛津大学出版社，2021年).
EXPLORATIONS IN SOCIAL JUSTICE CONFERENCE
电影放映 CRIP CAMP: A DISABILITY RIGHTS REVOLUTION
当: 2023年9月20日下午2点.m. - 5 p.m.
The Explorations in Social Justice Conference aims to bring together students, 教师, 工作人员, 校友, 管理员, 和 community members in an examination of social justice in the Marist 和 Mid-Hudson Valley community. All are welcome to engage in conversations about constructing justice 和 promoting ally-ship to build a more inclusive community. 今年的主题是， Ability 和 Access: Making the Marist Campus Welcoming to All, highlights the Netflix Documentary, Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution.
在70年代早期, teenagers with disabilities faced a future shaped by isolation, discrimination 和 institutionalization. 营珍, a ramshackle camp “for the h和icapped” (a term no longer used) in the Catskills, 打破这些限制. Jened was their freewheeling Utopia, 一个有夏季运动的地方, smoking 和 make-out sessions awaiting everyone, 和 campers experienced liberation 和 full inclusion as human beings. Their bonds endured as many migrated West to Berkeley, California—a hotbed of progressive activism where friends from 营珍 realized that disruption, 公民不服从, 和 political participation could change the future for millions.
HANDEL-KROM LECTURE IN HUDSON RIVER VALLEY HISTORY
NETWORKS OF SLAVERY: HOW BONDAGE SHAPED HUDSON RIVER VALLEY CULTURE
推荐者: Dr. 妮可Maskiell
在哪里: 内莉·戈莱蒂剧院 (virtual option available)
The 哈德逊河谷研究所 is excited to invite you 和 your students to the 2023 H和el-Krom
Lecture in Hudson River Valley 历史, which will be held as both an in-person AND virtual event. The program “Networks of Slavery: How Bondage Shaped Hudson River Valley Culture,的问题将由Dr. Nicole Saffold Maskiell on Thursday, September 28, at 7PM. The event will take place in the 内莉·戈莱蒂剧院 at 推荐几个靠谱的外围买球网站 和 live on Zoom. Pre-registration is required for in-person AND virtual attendees.
Dr. 妮可Maskiell is an Associate Professor of 历史 at the University of South Carolina, 他是 Bound by Bondage: Slavery 和 the Creation of a Northern Gentry (2022). 她上过CSPAN的节目, the podcast Ben Franklin’s World, 和 in a Historic Hudson Valley documentary film about the life 和 legacy of Margaret Hardenbroeck Philipse, an early female trader 和 enslaver. She is series editor for the upcoming book series 新英格兰黑人 from the University of Massachusetts Press, which highlights research on the history of African-descended people in New Engl和 from the colonial period through the 现在 day.
推荐者: Dr. 罗宾·沃尔·基默尔，《 编织香草
当: 2023年10月4日下午12:30.m. - 1:45 p.m.
罗宾·沃尔·基默尔是一位母亲, 科学家, 装饰教授, 和 enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. 她是……的作者 编织香草: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge 和 the Teachings of Plants, which has earned Kimmerer wide acclaim. 她的第一本书， Gathering Moss: A Natural 和 Cultural 历史 of Mosses, was awarded the John Burroughs Medal for outst和ing nature writing, 和 her other work has appeared in 猎户座，整个地形, 和 numerous scientific journals. She tours widely 和 has been featured on NPR’s 在被 with Krista Tippett 和 in 2015 addressed the general assembly of the United Nations on the topic of “Healing Our Relationship with Nature.基默尔住在锡拉丘兹, 纽约, where she is a 纽约州立大学 Distinguished Teaching Professor of Environmental Biology, 和 the founder 和 director of the Center for Native Peoples 和 the Environment, whose mission is to create programs which draw on the wisdom of both indigenous 和 scientific knowledge for our shared goals of sustainability.
推荐者: Leila Cobo, Chief Music Content Officer at Billboard Espanol, Writer, Novelist
来自加州的富布赖特学者, 哥伦比亚, Leila Cobo is the Chief Music Content Officer of Billboard Español. Considered one of the world’s leading authorities in Latin music, Leila was the first U.S. based journalist to prominently cover Latin music daily 和 has been instrumental in transforming its coverage 和 perception in the U.S. Leila also programs the yearly Latin Music Week, the most prestigious 和 largest gathering for the Latin music industry. Last year she spearheaded the launch of Billboard Español, 公告牌的西班牙语网站, as well as the inaugural Latin Women In Music, 在Telemundo播出的. Prior to Billboard, she worked at the Miami Herald 和 the 洛杉矶 Times.
Leila is a classical pianist, novelist, 和 biographer. 她最近的一本书, Decoding Despacito: An Oral 历史 of Latin Music (Penguin R和om House), was featured in the 纽约时报’ summer reading list. She has published two award-winning novels with Gr和 Central Publishing/Hatchette, 和 biographies on Jenni Rivera 和 Ednita Nazario with Penguin. Leila is also the host of “In-Tune With Leila Cobo,” her in-depth interview show seen on all U.S. 机场via Reach TV.
Leila has degrees in journalism from Bogotá’s Universidad Javeriana 和 in piano performance from Manhattan School of Music, as well as a master’s in communication management from The Annenberg School at USC.
WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH AMERICAN DEMOCRACY?
推荐者: Jamelle Bouie，《纽约时报》专栏作家 纽约时报
地点: Fusco Music Hall, 美利学生中心
The missing ingredient in American democracy is political equality, the idea that all citizens are of equal weight, even if they aren’t of equal voice. It’s not just that political equality is essential if Americans ever hope to realize the potential of their democracy, but that the absence of political equality from our institutions is part of what has warped our political system into something which struggles to express our democratic values.
Jamelle Bouie, a columnist for the 纽约时报 和 former political analyst for CBS 新闻, 包括你.S. politics, public 政策, elections, 和 race.
Jamelle’s political instincts provide audiences with unique insight on the past, 现在, 和 future of our national politics, 政策, 以及种族关系的现状. As he did while writing for Slate 和 the Daily Beast, Jamelle shares eye-opening perspectives on issues concerning the issues at play in America today.
Jamelle Bouie appeared on CBS’s Face the Nation. 他的作品已在 The Atlantic, The Washington Post, TIME, 和 《推荐个靠谱的外围买球网站》. Jamelle uses his unique perspective to take audiences to the front lines of the nation’s most significant news events, from civil unrest to political partisanship. He has emerged as a leading voice on the national scene, being named to 为bes “30 Under 30 in Media” in 2015.
Jamelle stimulates provocative, much-needed thinking on critical national affairs issues. He helps audiences analyze current events through the lens of human history 和 in the age of social media. He deftly illustrates how the past reveals itself in the 现在, 以及政策制定者如何, citizen activists 和 cultural influencers can seize the power of information to make a difference.
ANNUAL WILLIAM AND SADIE EFFRON LECTURE IN JEWISH STUDIES BETWEEN WORLDS: JEWISH LIFE IN THE ITALIAN GHETTOS DURING THE EARLY MODERN AGE
推荐者: Dr. 弗雷德里卡弗兰切斯科尼
在哪里: Fusco Music Hall, Murrary Student Center (virtual option available)
Federica Francesconi is Associate Professor of 历史 和 Director of the Judaic Studies Program at the University at Albany, 纽约州立大学. Her research 和 publications address the social, 宗教, 和 cultural aspects of the early modern history of Jews in Italy, focusing on the multifaceted politics 和 dynamics of ghetto life. She has held fellowships in Europe, Israel, 和 the United States. She served as Viterbi 访问ing Professor in Mediterranean Jewish Studies at the University of California, 洛杉矶, 和 has been a fellow at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania as well as the Oxford Centre for Hebrew 和 Jewish Studies.
她的新书， Invisible Enlighteners: The Jewish Merchants of Modena, from the Renaissance to the Emancipation (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021), is the 2022 Helen 和 Howard R. 马拉罗奖得主, granted by the American Historical Association 和 the 2021 National Jewish Books Awards Finalist for the JDC-Herbert Katzki Award for Writing Based on Archival Material. Among her other publications, there are two coedited volumes: From Catalonia to the Caribbean: The Sephardi Orbit from Medieval to Modern Times (2018)和 Jewish Women’s 历史 from Antiquity to the Present (2021). The latter is the 2021 National Jewish Books Awards Finalist for the Barbara Dobkin Award in Women Studies. She is currently at work on a new monograph, provisionally titled “The Jewish Home in Early Modern Venice: Cosmopolitan Intimacy, 全球网络, 和散居物质文化.” This project has received the 2012-14 Gladys Krieble Delmas Grant.