Univ Adv - Communications
December 10, 2012
Can these budding activist energies be sustained enough to create change? How can the interests of students who are focused on career training or who approach learning with passivity be expanded and nurtured so that they can act with greater alertness and attention to issues they face as global citizens?
The Occupy movement, no matter how disorganized they may appear to be, suggests that what may be lacking is the theory, knowledge, and skills necessary to sustain active engagement against discursive, political, and economic pressures which encourage passive acceptance.
Speakers: Josephine Mills and Bruce MacKay
Bruce MacKay, a near-native Lethbridgian, did his undergraduate at the U. of L. in Anthropology, completed his Masters in Theological Studies at Harvard, and did his PhD at the University of Toronto in Religious Studies.
He has taught a wide variety ofcourses at Red Crow College, Lethbridge College, and the University of Lethbridge. Since 2003 he has been Coordinator of the Liberal Education program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
His current research is in issues associated with teaching and learning for a liberal education.
Josephine Mills is the Director/Curator of the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery and an Associate Professor in the Department of Art.
She has worked as a curator and public programmer in art galleries and artist-run centres in Saskatoon and Vancouver.
Mills has a PhD in Communication Studies from Concordia University and is a graduate of the Museum Leadership Institute at the Getty Center.
Her research interests focus on broader issues related to collecting for art galleries and for artists as well as on the relationship between art and
Moderator: Christina Cuthbertson
Date: Thursday, December 13, 2012
Time: Noon - 1:30 PM
Location: Country Kitchen Catering (Lower level of The Keg) 1715 Mayor Magrath Dr S
Cost: $11.00 (includes lunch)
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