Open to the general public, these seminars are a forum for discussing both timely questions of culture and long-standing problems relating to living well. They are a search for meaning with the assumption that a community of learners offers a different approach than solitary reading, however fruitful.
Taught by university educators, seminars follow a range of issues related to family and culture. The open-table format provides for both direction from the seminar leader and participation from the larger group.
Seminars are usually held in the evening at Stumberg Hall, home of the Austin Institute, and snacks and refreshments are provided.
- Tue, Mar 23Stumberg Hall
- Tue, Feb 02Stumberg HallFeb 02, 7:00 PM – Feb 23, 8:30 PMStumberg Hall, 3206 Fairfax Walk, Austin, TX 78705, USAIn this seminar, Dr. Stuart offers four fundamental experiences of division currently moving American politics. From the status of liberalism to 1619 and MLK to urban and rural politics to God and religion, this seminar will function as a kind of overview and cover a lot of ground.
Previous topics and educators include:
Dr. Bethany Hebbard
Technology and Human Persons
Dr. Ryan Womack
Cheap Sex Reading Group
Dr. DeAnn Stuart and Dr. Ryan Womack
For more information, contact Dr. DeAnn Stuart, temporary director of academic programming, at firstname.lastname@example.org