University Of Saint Joseph To Present 2017 Munger Lecture
“WHY LOVE MATTERS FOR DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE: THOUGHTS ON JOHN RAWLS AND JAMES BALDWIN”
The University of Saint Joseph will present the 2017 Munger Lecture, featuring Christopher Lebron, Ph.D., assistant professor of African American Studies and Philosophy at Yale University. Dr. Lebron’s lecture, which is entitled “Why Love Matters for Democracy and Justice: Thoughts on John Rawls and James Baldwin,” will take place on Friday, February 3, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. It will be held in McDonough Hall, Room 200 on the University’s West Hartford campus at 1678 Asylum Avenue. Admission is free and open to the general public and a light lunch will be provided.
For more information on the 2017 Munger lecture, contact Agnes Curry, Ph.D., professor of Philosophy, at 860.231.5224 or [email protected].
About the Munger Lecture:
The Munger Lecture was established by Mary V. Munger, a University of Saint Joseph alumna who earned a B.A. in Mathematics in 1939, then went on to pioneering positions in engineering at Pratt and Whitney. The lecture series invites a guest lecturer to campus to address a topic or issue in contemporary ethics.