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Month: August 2020

HUSC 2101 Open Lecture on Experiencing the Other with the We: Phenomenology with a Bonobo

HUSC 2101 Open Lecture on Experiencing the Other with the We: Phenomenology with a Bonobo

This Wednesday, September 2, Dr. Scott Churchill of the Psychology Department will be presenting “Experiencing the Other with the We: Phenomenology with a Bonobo.” This is part of the Introducing the Human Sciences open lecture series, held every Wednesday, 12:20 – 1:10 pm. All are welcome to join us! Please contact Dr. Charles Sullivan for meeting details. Links to recordings will also be added here after each presentation.

Recordings of Fall 2020 Open Lecture Series

Recordings of Fall 2020 Open Lecture Series

See below for the recordings of the Introduction to the Human Sciences lectures for Fall 2020 as they are uploaded. August 26: “What’s the Difference between Human Sciences and Social Sciences?” by Dr. Dennis Sepper September 2: “Experiencing the Other with the We: Phenomenology with a Bonobo” by Dr. Scott Churchill September 9: “Our Evolving Understanding of Human Evolution” by Dr. Deana Soper September 16: “Bernard Mandeville’s ‘Private Vices, Publick Virtues’, or How Hypocrisy Makes Us Sociable” by Dr. Charles…

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Fall 2020 Open Lecture Series Schedule

Fall 2020 Open Lecture Series Schedule

Please see the schedule below for this semester’s Introducing the Human Sciences lecture series. We meet Wednesdays from 12:20-1:10 pm. All are welcome to join us; for more information on how to attend, please contact Dr. Charles Sullivan. This Wednesday (8/26), Dr. Dennis Sepper (Human and Social Sciences) will be delivering the lecture: “What’s the Difference between Human Sciences and Social Sciences?” The links to the recordings of select lectures will also be added here as the semester progresses. (Note:…

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