Clemson University

Emeritus College Online Seminar with Dr. Todd May

September 2 (Wednesday) 10:00am – 11:30am, Online Presentation: The Role of Nonviolent Protest in Our Society with Dr. Todd May, Class of 1941 Memorial Professor, Philosophy and Religion: Our society is driven by political conflict and polarization, too often characterized by humiliation, intolerance, and violence.  It is also deeply steeped in racism, homophobia, etc.  The question arises, and recently it arose with an urgency, of how to respond actively to injustice.  The tradition of nonviolence offers a way to frame resistance to injustice that does not seek to undermine the humanity of the adversary.  This talk with explain that tradition and its relevance for political work in the current period.

Please contact Nicci Hanewald at nherman@clemson.edu with any questions or if you would like information about joining the presentation. 

Click HERE more for information on joining and participating in a ZOOM Meeting.

Wednesday, September 2 at 10:00am to 11:30am

Online

Event Type

Seminars

Departments

Emeritus College, Centers and Institutes, Gantt Center, College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Philosophy and Religion, Inclusion and Equity

Target Audience

Students, Faculty, Staff, Undergraduate, Graduate, Postdocs

Website

http://www.clemson.edu/emerituscollege/

Cost

No cost

Contact Name:

Nicci Hanewald

Contact Phone:

864-656-3990

Contact Email:

nherman@clemson.edu

Notes:

Contact Nicci Hanewald at nherman@clemson.edu for more information about joining the presentation.

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sheryl donovan

sheryl donovan left a positive review 9/1/2020

I was not sent the link to get on. I assume that is because I am not a member of the Emeritus College. I'm suggesting if membership is a prerequisite to attend, that it be stated "for members only" on the website. That said, knowing Todd, I'm sure he did a GREAT job!
Thank you.