On Friday, April 22, our campus will be hosting the Independent Colleges of Washington Ethics Bowl Competition. An Ethics Bowl is a collaborative yet competitive event in which teams analyze a series of wide-ranging ethical dilemmas. Each of the rounds is open to the public.
For more information about this event, see the attached poster or go the ICW Website for the event. For more information about Ethics Bowl at Puget Sound, check the Puget Sound Ethics Bowl Program page.
ASUPS Lectures is hosting Warren KingGeorge of the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe to speak on campus on Wednesday April 20th at 6:30pm in the Tahoma Room.
Warren is the Oral Historian for the Muckleshoot tribe, his talk is titled, The Importance of Place, and he will be speaking on issues of sovereignty, resources, and co-management facing Indian tribes today.
Judith Wechsler is an art historian primarily of 19th century French art, who has engaged in inter- disciplinary studies: the intersection of art and theater, art and film, caricature and physiognomy, art and science. She has written and directed 27 films on art, informed by her scholarship.
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2016
Aby Warburg: Metamorphosis and Memory
Aby Warburg (1866–1929) was an innovative and influential art historian whose interests ranged from the Italian Renaissance to Hopi ritual dances, from frescoes to postage stamps.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2016
The Passages of Walter Benjamin
Walter Benjamin’s Arcades Project, a monumental study of 19th century Paris, is the focus of this one hour documentary.
RAUSCH AUDITORIUM, MCINTYRE HALL, ROOM 003 5–7 P.M.
Residency sponsored by Catharine Gould Chism Fund for the Humanities and the Arts and Department of Religion
Call for Papers:
North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho is hosting the first annual Northwest Undergraduate Conference in the Humanities on Saturday, November 5, 2016. The purpose of this conference is to give undergraduate students from around the region the opportunity to present their work in a public and professional academic setting. We invite submissions of original scholarship, including creative work, focusing on any area of the humanities including, but not limited to, the following disciplines: literature, creative writing, philosophy, ancient and modern languages, history, ethnic studies, religious studies, women’s studies, cultural studies, film and visual culture, and the fine arts.
Presentations must take the form of 10-15 minute papers or readings (about 6 to 8 double-spaced pages). Submissions are due Friday, September 30, 2016.
For more information about the conference and how to register, visit their website.
The Black Student Union would like to extend an invitation to the faculty and students of the Philosophy department to submit their works to the Black Student Union’s Literary Magazine Black Ice. Their literary magazine focuses on issues and experiences related to race and the intersectionality of identity. They accept anything in print form, such as art pieces, prose, essays, photographs, and poetry, etc.
Please note, submissions do not have to be submitted by people of color. Their mission is to offer a platform for voices, narratives, and social critique that would not be otherwise heard or invited.
Submissions are due by April 11th to firstname.lastname@example.org, and will be published this semester.