Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Faculty Forum Reconvenes

Faculty Forum is an opportunity for faculty to hear their colleagues make presentations and to participate in the discussion that follows. Staff and students are always welcome and often join the conversation. Presentations take place Wednesdays at 4:30. Most (but not all!) meet in Jenks 406.
Complete schedule follows. For further information please contact Suzanne Phillips (suzanne.phillips@gordon.edu)
Fall 2008 Faculty Forum Schedule
September 10:
Lawrence Holcomb
“Between Barack and a Hard Place: Obama, Jeremiah Wright, and the Sisyphean Task of Constructing a Positive, Afro-American Male Cultural Identity”
(4:30 in Jenks 406; refreshments available at 4:00, Alumni Reading Room)
September 24: Jim Zingarelli
“Host and Hunger: How Do You Make Art with a Social Conscience?”
(4:30 in BCA Cinema; refreshments available at 4:00 outside the gallery)

October 8: Myron Schirer-Suter
"Will You Be My Friend? Facebook as an Example of Social Networking in the Academic Library"
(4:30 in Jenks 406; refreshments available 4:00, Alumni Reading Room)
October 22: Mia Chung
“Form and Its Narrative Implications as seen in the Piano Works of Beethoven and Schumann” (4:30 in MacDonald 109; refreshments available at 4:00)
October 29: Val Gin
“Reversing the Curse: Practicing the Presence and Presents of God in Sport"
(4:30 in Jenks 406; refreshments available 4:00, Alumni Reading Room)
November 12: Dan Russ
“Flesh-and-Blood Jesus: Why Do Christians Diminish the Humanity of Christ?”
(4:30 in Jenks 406; refreshments available 4:00, Alumni Reading Room)
December 10: Sean Clark
“To Stumble and Not Fall: An Exploration in Balance and Mobility"
(4:30 in Jenks 406; refreshments available 4:00, Alumni Reading Room)
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