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Chloe Armstrong

Author: Chloe Armstrong

Stevens Lecture Series, Yolonda Wilson, April 25th and 26th

Monday April 25th, Main Hall 201, 4:30pm, “Dying well: A bioethicist’s notes from a global pandemic” by Yolonda Wilson, Departments of Health Care Ethics, Philosophy, and African American Studies, St. Louis University

Tuesday April 26th, Main Hall 201, 4:30pm “What is a 7? The Phenomenology of Pain and Assessing Another’s Experience” by Yolonda Wilson, Departments of Health Care Ethics, Philosophy, and African American Studies, St. Louis University

Harrison Symposium, Saturday May 15, 9:00am-12:15pm

The Harrison Symposium is this Saturday (May 15th) 9:00am-12:15pm held virtually on Zoom. Featuring remarkable student-research and creative projects across disciplines including the Humanities, Film Studies, Ethnic Studies, Gender Studies, Musicology, and Social Sciences.

Schedule available on the Harrison website (Zoom links available the morning of): https://blogs.lawrence.edu/harrison-symposium/

Or email chloe.armstrong@lawrence.edu for a schedule (with links available Friday May 14th).

Celebrate the Harrison Symposium! Available in LUX.

The Harrison Symposium showcases independent and collaborative student research in the Social Sciences and Humanities.  The Harrison is usually held as an annual conference in May, but this year we reimagined the Harrison as a printed volume, now publicly available in LUX.  Please join us in celebrating and admiring the wide-ranging and incisive research undertaken by students at Lawrence.

https://lux.lawrence.edu/harrison/6/