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“POSITIONS”: Critical Race Theory by Cynthia Nielsen

“POSITIONS”: Critical Race Theory by Cynthia Nielsen

The Department of Human and Social Sciences is pleased to publish the first entry in the new HUSC blog feature, “Positions.” Click on the link to read the essay “The Catholic intellectual tradition, race, and openness to the other,” by Dr. Cynthia Nielsen, Associate Professor in the University of Dallas Department of Philosophy.

Open lecture series schedule

Open lecture series schedule

Please see the schedule below for this semester’s Introducing the Human Sciences lecture series. We meet Wednesdays from 1-1:50 pm in room HSC 042. All are welcome to join us. This Wednesday (2/12) Dr. William Cody (Biology) will be speaking about Vaccine Controversies. 1/29/2020 Cultural Relativism & Bias Dr. Carla Pezzia Human and Social Sciences 2/5/2020 How does Language Work? Dr. Dennis Sepper Human and Social Sciences 2/12/2020 Vaccination Controversy Dr. William Cody Biology 2/19/2020 TBD 2/26/2020 Ideas to Improve…

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Immigration Roundtable, Tuesday, Nov. 1

Immigration Roundtable, Tuesday, Nov. 1

Human Sciences is sponsoring its second roundtable discussion of the fall semester this coming Tuesday, November 1, from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in Gorman Faculty Lounge. Dr. Carla Pezzia (Human Sciences in the Contemporary World) will talk about immigration and its effects on families. Dr. Mark Petersen (History) will talk about the historical background to pro- and anti-immigration movements. Dr. John Norris (Theology) will talk about the position on immigration of the Roman Catholic Church. The presentations will be followed…

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