Claremont Discourse Schedule - Fall 2015

Claremont Discourse is a faculty lecture series sponsored by the Claremont Colleges Library. Now in its 16th year, Claremont Discourse features faculty discussing their recent publications, research, or artistic creations.

Lectures will be held in the Founders Room of Honnold/Mudd Library. Discussion will follow each lecture, and refreshments will be provided.

Build your own Constitution:
An Online Conversation and Claremont Discourse Discussion Panel in Recognition of Constitution Day

Participate in two ways:

  1. Share your ideas on reimagining the US constitution in a “Build Your Own Constitution” online conversation
  2. Attend the Build your own Constitution Panel:

    Build your own Constitution:
    A Claremont Discourse Discussion Panel

    Andrew Busch, Government, CMC; Valorie Thomas, English and Africana Studies, Pomona College; N. Ann Davis, Philosophy, Pomona College, and Daniel Livesay, History, Claremont McKenna College; Moderated by Jean Schroedel
    Thursday, September 17, 4:15pm

EnviroLab Asia:
A New Claremont Initiative

Albert Park (CMC, History), Char Miller (Pomona, Environmental Analysis) and Kyoko Kurita (Pomona, Asian Languages and Literature), and Kevin Mulroy (Dean of the Library)
Thursday, October 29, 4:15pm

What is Humanistic Mathematics?:
An exploration of the topic behind one of Claremont’s Open Access Journals

Mark Huber (CMC, Mathematical Sciences) and Gizem Karaali (Pomona, Mathematics). We would also ask the Scholarly Communication Team Leader (Allegra Swift) to participate
Thursday, November 12, 4:15pm

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