Nexus Interdisciplinary Conference 2018: Responsibility
We would like to invite graduate students and community members to take part in the 2018 Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Conference. This conference is envisioned by students of the ISGP as a way of embodying the essence of interdisciplinary research – becoming a meeting point for communities, disciplines, methodologies and research approaches.
Date: Monday, March 19, 2018
Time: 9:00 – 4:30pm
Location: Thea’s Lounge, Graduate Student Society, 6371 Crescent Road
Dr. Paul Russell, “Is Responsibility an Illusion?” (Department of Philosophy, University of British Columbia)
Dr. Walter Kohan, “What is an Educator Responsible for? Some Questions for an Irresponsible Time” (Department of Childhood Studies, State University of Rio de Janeiro)
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Throughout the day, presenters will focus on critical perspectives, in the context of their research as well as their own experiences, on understanding responsibility for each other, for the planet, for our research, for UBC, and beyond. Presentations will be given across disciplines and in different formats, including creative performances and panel discussions.
Register by Wednesday, March 14th here.
The event is free, but registration required to ensure that enough food is provided.