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Gender Roles and Human Rights
The Great Conversation Continues with the UNCG Philosophy Club
Three philosophy club members present on gender roles and human rights.
Cecil Yancey describes the way gender roles are reinforced in classical Greek poetry with its connections between the defiance of those roles and tragic suffering.
Charkie Huegel presents an argument for the reform of female-objectifying breast cancer awareness slogans.
Kyle Rowsey criticizes American foreign policy and its tendency to ignore human rights concerns abroad.
Tuesday, April 10th, Faculty Center, 5:30 pm
The Great Conversation is sponsored by the Philosophy Dept and Phi Sigma Tau and offers an opportunity for students and faculty of all disciplines to join us in philosophical inquiry.
Bring your good mind and bring a friend!