Sponsored by the Fulton School of Liberal Arts and the Whaley Family Foundation. Adventures in Ideas Humanities seminars feature outstanding faculty from the Fulton School of Liberal Arts exploring important social, cultural, or moral topics.
with Drs. Creston Long and Aston Gonzalez
Part lecture, part discussion, part tour, this event centers around the portraits of African Americans featured in the Ruth Starr Rose exhibition. It offers a window into centuries of African American life on the Eastern Shore and places these individuals in broader regional and national contexts. Join Dr. Aston Gonzalez and Dr. Creston Long in an exploration of the rich history of African American life and culture in Maryland.
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with Dr. Timothy Stock
The memory is so integral to our sense of self that its loss is often feared more than death, and yet our experience of our own memories, at once unreliable and indispensable, is shrouded in mystery. Stock traces the history of the concept of memory as it adapts to philosophical revolution, scientific discovery and technological change, and explores how this history illustrates what er can know about the "treasure trove of the mind".
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with Drs. Victoria Pass, Leanne Wood and Tom Goyens
Presenters Victoria Pass, Leanne Wood and Tom Goyens explore the tumultuous politics and vibrant culture of Germany and Europe following the "Great War". They will examine the musical and visual culture of Berlin's cabaret scene, as well as the tensions between decadence and a return to order in Weimar Germany. They will also share the history of Kander and Ebb's Cabaret, both as a product of the 1960s and as a perennially provocative Broadway revival.
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