C&I Students Engage with Salon Series
The students of the Anthropology Department's newest C&I (Culture and Ideas), ANTH 11A/12A: Human Rights and Humanitarianism, have been especially thrilled to take what they have learned in the classroom to the Center for the Arts and Humanities' first Salon series (in)humanity. With Assistant Professor Mythri Jegathesan, they have attended the Department of Philosophy's Austin J. Fagothey, S.J. Philosophy Conference on Global Human Rights, Inhumanity to Animals? A Discussion and Debate about Who Counts, and the Rwandan Orphans Project Photographic Exhibition. In the Spring, the students look forward to engaging dynamic guest speakers in class, including the Executive Director of the Gill Foundation, humanitarian workers researching human rights violations in Syria, and representatives from SCU's Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship.