May 21, 2013 | Macaulay Honors College
New York, NY – (May 21, 2013). Professors Alan Levine and Darren Staloff will lead a discussion of the challenges, rewards and pitfalls of grappling with some of the great works of philosophy, literature, political speculation and social theory.
How does one interpret a text? What must one bring to its examination? What is required for fruitful discussion and prose exposition? These and other questions will be examined from a multi-disciplinary and multi-perspectival context.
This talk replaced W.B. Allen’s “To Preserve, Protect, and Defend: The Emancipation Proclamation at 150.”
Wednesday, May 22, 7:30 PM. Dinner will be served.
Contact Nicole Da Silva, Project Coordinator of the Hertog Scholars Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About Macaulay Honors College
Macaulay Honors College at The City University of New York offers exceptional students a uniquely personalized education with access to the vast resources of the nation’s largest urban university and New York City itself. Selected for their top high school records and leadership potential, Macaulay students receive a full-tuition scholarship, a laptop and technology support, and a $7,500 Opportunities Fund to pursue global learning and service opportunities. A Cultural Passport provides access to museums, libraries, and other treasures around New York City. Macaulay students enroll in one of eight CUNY senior colleges (Baruch, Brooklyn, City, Hunter, John Jay, Lehman, Queens and Staten Island). For more information, see macaulay.cuny.edu.