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Symposia

Previous Symposia


Feb. 27, 2017

“What Makes Life Worth Living? How Have American Philosophers Addressed This Question?” John Kaag, professor of philosophy at UMass-Lowell, discusses themes from his critically acclaimed book “American Philosophy: A Love Story.”

Jan. 26, 2017

“The Challenge of Bias: The Case for Global Interdisciplinary Studies.” Meghan Keita, professor of history and founding director of the Institute for Global Interdisciplinary Studies at Villanova University, discusses his award-winning book “Race and the Writing of History: Riddling the Sphinx.”

Nov. 21, 2016

“Symposium on Identity, Purpose and Meaning.” Father Richard Piatt, professor of practice in theater and director of the Rogers Center for the Arts; Christina Hardway, associate professor and chair of psychology; and Bryan Bannon, associate professor and director of environmental studies and sustainability, share insights from their co-enrolled course “Living a Meaningful Life: Creativity, Identity and Reflection.”

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Monica Cowart, Ph.D, LMHC

Interim Director

mcowart@merrimack.edu