Going Global: Life, Love & Work in the 21st Century (Honors Salon, Fall 2013)

In the end … it’s love and it’s work – what else could there possibly be? (Maria Kalman, artist & author, echoing Freud)
In the 21st century, ‘global education’ is redundant – if it isn’t global, it isn’t an education. (George Forsythe, president of Westminster College)
It all turns on affection. (Wendell Berry, Kentuckian writer, farmer & activist, Jefferson Lecture 2012)

This is the second series of conversations in the Honors Salon. The first one was last spring. This fall it is also our contribution to International Education Week at WKU.

Conversations

1. Hunger Games Redux? From the Utopia of the Post-Cold War World to the Dystopia of the Anthropocene: How to Love & Flourish in the Shadow of Apocalyptic Visions – Tue, Oct 15, 2013, 7-8pm

2. What You Need to Know: Learning and Working In and For the 21st Century – Tue, Oct 29, 2013, 7-8pm

3. Boomers and Stickers in the 21st Century: We Can Only Know and Take Care Of What We Love – Tue, Nov 12, 2013, 7-8pm

Specifics

1. Hunger Games Redux? From the Utopia of the Post-Cold War World to the Dystopia of the Anthropocene: How to Love & Flourish in the Shadow of Apocalyptic Visions – Tue, Oct 15, 2013, 7-8pm

hunger games

Suggested readings

References & Resources

2. What You Need to Know: Learning and Working In and For the 21st Century – Tue, Oct 29, 2013, 7-8pm

anthropecene

Suggested readings

References

  • What is Global Studies? Mark Juergensmeyer, global-e: A Global Studies Journal, May 6, 2011
  • Big Think: Smarter Faster – An Evolving Roadmap to the Best Thinking on the Planet

3. Boomers and Stickers in the 21st Century: We Can Only Know and Take Care Of What We Love – Tue, Nov 12, 2013, 7-8pm

resilience

Suggested readings

References

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