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Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar

2013: JUSTICE


Seminar Participants:

Mary O'Keeffe (Seminar Coordinator), Psychology
"Justice: Balancing the Benefits and Burdens of Research"

Tuba Agartan, Health Policy and Management
"Crafting the Balance Between States and Markets in the Global Age: Questions on Social Justice"

Fred Drogula, History
"The Ancient Origins of 'Justice' an their Influence on Modern Thought"

Raymond Hain, Philosophy
"Justice in the Public Square: An Architectural Exploration"

Julia Jordan-Zachery, Political Science, Black Studies
"Where my Girls At? Notions of Justice and Girls of Color in a 'Post'-Racial Society"

Nicholas Longo, Public and Community Service Studies
"Social Justice as Public Scholarship: Connecting Research, Teaching, and Service"

Darra Mulderry, History
"Justice: Meaning and Context"

Jeffrey Pugh, Political Science
"Peace Built on a Foundation of Justice: Institutions, Politics, and Social Change"

Click here to see the IFS Justice flyer (PDF format).

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