Drake Faculty undertaking reseach in the humanities offer insights into their current work as the basis for discussion during occasional Friday-afternoon talks.
For more information, please contact Mary McCarthy, Professor, Department of Political Science.
Featuring Dr. Carol Spaulding-Kruse
in conversation with Dr. Dian Nostikasari
“Promenade: An essay-in-progress on climate crisis, migration, and identity”
In her creative non-fiction essay, Carol Spaulding-Kruse combines personal and cultural testimony about her home state of California, her chosen state of Iowa, and the shifting definitions and allegiances affected by climate crisis. She argues that we need new frameworks for identity and relationality, what Donna Haraway calls our mutually constitutive and vastly unequal “entanglement.”
Refreshments will be served
Next presentation in the series:
April 21, 1pm, Levitt Hall
Dr. Timothy Knepper
Global Philosophy of Religion in the Classroom: A Conversation about Philosophies of Religion: A Global and Critical Introduction