Reflections on Past, Present and Future
From an African Perspective
With Dr. Baba Buntu (PhD)
May: The Physical
Wednesday May 12, 19 and 26 – 1 hour sessions
10:00 am PDT | 1:00 pm EDT | 6:00 pm BST | 7:00 pm CEST
Rooted in African worldviews, each session will explore aspects of history that has had a devastating impact on human development. Literary references will be used as navigation points in order to interrogate complex problems and stimulate philosophical introspection. More than providing the answers, the seminar-series will seek to disrupt common thinking and encourage a transdisciplinary approach to transformation.
The seminar-series will be scheduled along 12 key-concepts, structured through four dimensions: Physical, Cognitive, Social, and Metaphysical. Three one-hour essions will be held in the months of May, June, July and August.
May 12 – Skin: How did appearance become punishable?
May 19 – Presence: What does it mean to exist in this world?
May 26 – Representation: Who can represent who, and why?
For more information: https://paricenter.com/event/epistemic-justice/
Hope And Delusion: Critical Storytelling For Difficult Times
with Robert Norris
Sunday May 16
9:00am PDT | 12:00pm EDT | 5:00pm BST | 6:00pm CEST
Robert is an independent researcher who teaches English as a foreign language and has wide-ranging interests and experience. He is a regular and valuable contributor in our webinar discussion sessions.
THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO EVERYONE!
Join our Zoom session via the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84842167052
For more information: https://paricenter.com/event/hope-and-delusion/
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