Schedule of Events for the Hauenstein Center’s Common Ground Summit “Have the Liberal Arts Become Too Politicized? A Meeting of Minds, Left and Right.

 

 

Complete Schedule:

Wednesday, June 11 

4-5:15 PM
Eva Brann & W. Winston Elliott III
Liberal Learning, the Human Person & Plato’s Meno: Let us Reason Together

7-8:30 PM
Neil Gross
Keynote: Why Are Professors Liberal?
(Book signing to follow)

Thursday, June 12 

8-8:30 AM
Breakfast

8:30-10 AM
Matthew C. Woessner
Keynote: Bridging the Ideological Divide: Fostering True Diversity in Higher Education.
(Book signing to follow)

10:15-11:45 AM
Quincy Williams, Erika King, Judy Whipps
Panel: Perspectives on the State of the Liberal Arts From Various Disciplines

12 PM-1:30 PM – Limited Seating 
Eva Brann
Lunch/Keynote: Odysseus: Patron Hero of the Liberal Arts

1:45-3:15 PM
Stephen Rowe, student responses by Joe Hogan, Abigail DeHart, and Austin Knuppe
Panel: Insights by Stephen Rowe, with Student Perspectives

3:30-4:45 PM
Bradley Birzer
Keynote: Citizenship in a Republic of Letters

4:45-6:45 PM
Break

7-8:30 PM
Robert George
Keynote: Is There a Cure for Campus Illiberalism?
(Book signing to follow)

Friday, June 13

8-8:30 AM
Breakfast

8:30-10 AM
William Craig Rice, Jonathan Zimmerman
Keynote: What Is to Be Done?
(Book signing to follow)

10:15-11:45 AM
Jason Duncan, P. Douglas Kindschi, Frederick J. Antczak, Gayle Davis
Panel: Administration in Humanities & Social Sciences

12 PM-1:30 PM – Limited Seating 
Chris Nelson, and a reflection by Arend D. Lubbers
Lunch/Keynote: Beyond Politics: Liberal Education and the Future of the Republic

1:45-3:15 PM
Ben Lockerd, Barbara J. Elliott, Jonathan White, Jeffrey Chamberlain
Panel: Honors Colleges that Teach the Humanities & Social Sciences

3:30-5 PM
Deborah Mower, response by Noreen K. Myers
Keynote: Marketing the Marketplace: Civility in Academia and Beyond

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