Bloomsburg Explores Human Potential

Bloomsburg Explores Human Potential

Organized by The Institute for Culture and Society
Sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts

Free and Open to the Public


February 13, 2019. 6:00pm
218 Centennial Hall
Dr. Robert Green and Dr. Paula Hopeck: Shaping the sensibilities of “the good life”
at the end of life: How Brittany Maynard Rejuvenated the Death with Dignity Movement

February 27, 2019. 6:00pm
218 Centennial Hall
Panel Discussion: Exploring Conceptions of the “Good Life”.
Panelists: Drs. Robert Green, Paula Hopeck, David Heineman, Eric Miller,
Elizabeth Petre, James Petre

March 20, 2019. 6:00pm
218 Centennial Hall
Dr. Skye Chernichky-Karcher: "Communication in the Military Family: Enacting
Resilience during Parental Military Deployment and Reintegration

April 4, 2019. 7:00pm
218 Centennial Hall
Dr. Erin Brummett and Dr. Shuzhen Huang: Expanding Imaginations of Intimacy: Understanding
the Lived Experiences of Nontraditional Romantic Relationships


October 25, 2018. 7:00pm - 8:00pm
218 Centennial Hall
BU Explores Symposium Lecture, Meredith Grimsley: Trauma, Legacy,
Biology, and the Path to Healing


All lectures in Kuster Auditorium, Hartline, Room 108 at 7:30pm

February 15, 2018:
The 2016 Candlelight Revolution in South Korea and the Art of Memento Mori
Nogin Chung (Art & Art History)

February 22, 2018:
The Ukrainian Revolution of 2013-2014: Russia’s Information War
Olga Bertelsen (Harvard University)

March 8, 2018:
Urban Revolutions: How Cities Reconfigure Conceptions of Space, Place, and Society
Damien Marken (Anthropology and Archaeology)

March 22, 2018:
Agriculture Revolutions Meet Revolutionary Agriculture
David Fazzino (Anthropology and Archaeology)

March 29, 2018:
Unsustainable: The Paris Climate Accord and the Techno-Utopian Delusion
Wendy Lee (Philosophy)

April 16, 2018:
Keynote Address: “Revolution, Resistance, Rebellion: The Story of Power”
Eric Selbin (Southwestern University)

EVENTS FOR FALL 2017 (Previous Semester)

All lectures in Centennial Hall, Room 201 at 7:00pm

November 2, 2017:
Faculty Panel Discussion: What is a Revolution?

November 15, 2017:
Revolution and the Birth of Social Realism in Mexican and American Art
John McKaig (Art & Art History)

November 29, 2017:
Jewish Politics in the Russian Revolution
Michael C. Hickey (History)