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Month: October 2020

HUSC 2101 Open Lecture on Erving Goffman and the Presentation of Self in Everyday Life

HUSC 2101 Open Lecture on Erving Goffman and the Presentation of Self in Everyday Life

This Wednesday, October 14, Dr. Charles Sullivan of the Human and Social Sciences Department will be presenting “Erving Goffman on  the Presentation of Self in Everyday Life.” 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.

HUSC student survey on refugee resettlement

HUSC student survey on refugee resettlement

Mary Michael Hudgens, a current HUSC senior, is looking for people in the U.S. (over the age of 18) to complete a survey on media and public opinion of refugee resettlement as part of her thesis work. It takes about 10 minutes, and the questions cover which news sources you use, general knowledge on refugee resettlement in the U.S., opinions on resettlement policy, opinions on refugee resettlement, and general perception of refugees. Please feel free to pass along. Thanks for…

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HUSC 2101 Open Lecture on “Is Language a Good Model for Social Relations?”

HUSC 2101 Open Lecture on “Is Language a Good Model for Social Relations?”

This Wednesday, October 7, Dr. Dennis Sepper of the Human and Social Sciences Department will be presenting “Is Language a Good Model for Social Relations?” 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.