On the Epistemological Edge A human sciences approach to psychology A Human and Social Sciences presentation/discussion by Dr. Gilbert Garza (Dept. of Psychology) Wednesday, September 26, 12:00 – 12:50 pm Science Building 1 (lower level) Everyone is invited!
Meaningful Work The Crucial Role of FIT (and how to assess whether your work is meaningful) A presentation/discussion by Dr. J. Lee Whittington (The Gupta College of Business) Wednesday, September 19, 12:00 – 12:50 pm Science Building 1 (lower level) Everyone is invited!
We never have enough time! How scarcity shapes our lives A presentation/discussion by Dr. Charles Sullivan (HUSC and History) Wednesday, September 12, 12:00 – 12:50 pm Science Building 1 (lower level) Everyone is invited!
Language, Foundation of the Human Sciences A presentation with discussion by Dr. Dennis Sepper (Philosophy) Wednesday, August 29, noon – 12:50 pm Science Building 01 (right across from the stairwell) Everyone is invited to participate!
How to Put “Spirit” back into the Human Sciences A presentation with discussion by Dr. Scott Churchill (Psychology) Wednesday, September 20, noon – 12:50 pm Science Building 42 (between math & physics offices) Everyone is invited to participate!
Join us for an open talk being given as part of HUSC 2101 Introducing the Human Sciences: Woke* Wars Whitesplaining, Memeifying, and the Vandalizing of Perception A presentation with discussion by Dr. Charles Sullivan (Human Sciences and History) Wednesday, September 6, noon – 12:50 pm Science Building 42 (between math & physics offices) Everyone is invited to participate! *It means wanting to be considered correct, and wanting everyone to know just how correct you are. (Amanda Hess, New York Times)
Mary Moss, our current HUSC senior, will be presenting her senior thesis this Thursday, April 27, at 2pm in HSC 114. Here thesis is entitled: “Smokers, Drinkers, and Independent Thinkers: A Study of Alcohol at the University of Dallas.” She looks at the role of alcohol on college campuses, in general, then examines the intersections between college-age alcohol consumption, Catholic Tradition, and Western Tradition, using UD as an ethnographic case study.
A Department of Human Sciences Roundtable Discussion IS GENTRIFICATION RUINING DALLAS? Monday, February 20 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. Gorman Faculty Lounge DISCUSSANTS: Philipp W. Rosemann (UD Professor, Dept. of Philosophy): The Bishop Arts District: How Gentrification Destroys Diversity David D. Doyle, Jr. (Southern Methodist University Assistant Dean of Dedman College and Adjunct Assistant Professor of History): Gentrification: Lessons Learned – the Uptown and Oak Lawn Neighborhoods in Dallas Tammy Leonard (UD Associate Professor and Interim Chair, Dept. of Economics): The Reciprocal…
The University of North Texas is hosting a career expo on February 16. UNT alum will be discussing their jobs, career paths, and how they use anthropology (human sciences) in their work. All students from the area are welcome to attend. See the flyer for more information. Make sure to introduce yourself to the UNT department chair, Dr. Lisa Henry, if you go. She is a wonderful person and great resource in the region. anthro-expo-flyer_area-universities
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…