Democracy and National Education Standards
Nicholas Tampio, Fordham University
Wednesday, October 28 @ 6pm, Gheens Science Hall & Rauch Planetarium
Nicholas Tampio is Associate Professor of Political Science at Fordham University. He is the author of Deleuze’s Political Vision (Rowman & Littlefield, 2015) and Kantian Courage (Fordham University Press, 2012). Engaging the insights of Dewey and James Madison, who envisioned a free society with many conceptions of good schools, Tampio challenges the idea of national education standards from a democratic perspective. The talk sheds light on contemporary debates about the Common Core, the Next Generation Science Standards, and the National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies.
Reading About Music: an Interactive Evening with Ally Jane Grossan, editior of the 33 1/3 Book Series
Featuring Joe Manning, Diane Pecknold, Aaron Rosenblum and special guests including You!
Wednesday, November 11 @ 7pm, The Bard's Town, 1801 Bardstown Road
Join 33 1/3 editor Ally Jane Grossan, Joe Manning, Diane Pecknold, Aaron Rosenblum and other special guests for a night of Reading About Music. Bring your favorite piece of music writing to read and celebrate. DJ Kim Sorise will be spinning tunes!
'A Family of Buggers': Bloomsbury as Queer Family
Christopher Reed, Pennsylvania State UniversityTuesday, November 17 @ 6 p.m. - Bingham Humanities Building, Room 300
What is often referred to as the “open homosexuality” of the Bloomsbury group was neither open nor homosexuality. Christopher Reed examines the sexual mores of this famous circle of artists, novelists, and other intellectuals in early-twentieth century London.
Christopher Reed is Professor of English and Visual Culture at the Pennsylvania State University. His most recent book is the co-authored If Memory Serves: AIDS, Gay Men, and the Promise of the Queer Past (2012). His other books include Art and Homosexuality: A History of Ideas (2011), Bloomsbury Rooms: Modernism, Subculture, and Domesticity (2004), A Roger Fry Reader (1996), and the anthology Not at Home: The Suppression of Domesticity in Modern Art and Architecture (1996). He has two books in press: Bachelor Japanists: Japanese Aesthetics and Western Masculinities, and an anthology co-edited with Jongwoo Jeremy Kim, Queer Arts and Cultures: ReimaginingSexual Identities.
Breaking the Surface: Transnational Feminisms
A round table discussion with Professors A. Cristian Alcalde, Susan Bordo, Jacqueline Couti, Monica Diaz and Ellen Roseman, University of Kentucky
Wednesday, March 23 @ 2pm, Chao Auditorium, Ekstrom Library
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