Fri, Apr 20|
Ronald Tutor Campus Center, TCC 352
USC-UNESCO JOURNAL FOR GLOBAL HUMANITIES, SCIENCE & ETHICAL INQUIRY
Introducing the USC-UNESCO Journal for Global Humanities, Science & Ethical Inquiry featuring presentations by the inaugural student authors with a Q&A to follow.
Time & Location
Apr 20, 2018, 12:00 PM
Ronald Tutor Campus Center, TCC 352, 3607 Trousdale Pkwy, Los Angeles, CA 90089, USA
About The Event
Introducing the USC-UNESCO Journal for Global Humanities, Science & Ethical Inquiry featuring presentations by the inaugural student authors with a Q&A to follow. | Light lunch provided
The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) works to create the conditions for dialogue among civilizations, cultures and peoples, based upon respect for commonly shared values. To this end, the mission of this new USC-UNESCO Chair journal is to support multidisciplinary undergraduate research and dialogue. Selected research interns work together with the Levan Institute over the course of the year to create independent projects that apply humanities and ethics to legal, political, scientific, and global issues.
Opening Remarks: Dr. Lyn Boyd-Judson, Director of the Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics and UNESCO Chair for Global Humanities and Ethics Education.
Co-Chairs: Remaya Campbell, Editor-in-Chief, Jonathan Horwitz, Deputy Editor
- Endangered Holy Spaces: The Case of the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba | by Mary Cate Hickman
- The Impact of Geospatial Technology on Human Rights and Religious Genocide | by Alanna Schenk
- Out of Sight, Out of Mind: The Detrimental Effects of Guantánamo Bay's Philosophy | by Lucine Beylerian
- Attitudes of Genocide Survivors Towards Humanitarian Aid | by Naveen Dasari
- Cristiana, Socialista y Aborto: Analyzing the Effects of the Nicaraguan Catholic Church and Social Class on Abortion Policy | by Brianna Johnson
- The Dual Loyalties Problem For Health Professionals at Guantánamo Bay | by Noor Alwani
Not presenting, but included in the Spring Issue: Republican Identity in a Multicultural Society: Analyzing Political Discourse about Islam and Muslims during the 2017 French Presidential Election | by Allison Whiting
Students interested in applying for the 2018-2019 USC-UNESCO intern cohort are strongly encouraged to attend this panel. Stipends are provided for research interns along with weekly guidance and publication of individual research projects. If you are interested in learning more about getting involved please email Jonathan Horwitz at email@example.com