Community and Civil Discourse: Perspectives from the Liberal Arts
A 4-part lecture series to share information and create dialogue about community--how different communities are formed, maintained and perpetuated as well as what impact these communities have on civil, civic discourse.
THURSDAY, MARCH 11 - 7:00 pm
Session 3: Ethics, Justice, Reasoning
"Ethical Communication is Not Only Personal, It's Interpersonal."
Sally Vogl-Bauer, Associate Professor of Communication Studies
“When a Bully is in the Bully Pulpit: Applying Social Responsibility & Virtue Ethics in Journalism to Trump-Era Challenges”
Dr. Chad Tew, Associate Professor of Journalism
“Cooking Curries for Change: Four Desi Food Blogs, Cyberactivism, & the Transnational Public Sphere”
Dr. Sukanya Gupta, Associate Professor of English
“Battle for the Ballot: The Long Fight for Women’s Suffrage”
Dr. Denise Lynn, Associate Professor of History
For more information or should you require disability-related accommodations in order to participate, please contact Dr. Leigh Anne Howard, Chair, Department of Communications at email@example.com
All though zoom by clicking: https://usi.zoom.us/s/91294092725