Augsburg faculty invites you to a listening session in Hoversten Chapel around issues of discrimination, racism, bias, and power. This will be the first of a series of talking circles and learning venues. It will replace Mindful Monday.
Bodies in Motion: The philosophy, science, and politics of movement: *What
does it mean to make a city equitable and just? What is equitable and just
movement (transportation) in cities, how can it be achieved, and what holds
us back? This work applies the philosophy and science of embodiment, along
with a relatively unknown analysis of capital, to give us new answers to
and perspectives on these questions. Simultaneously artistic and
scientific, this work affirms existential need and edification as valid
criteria for equitable and just city making policies and practices
11:10am to 12:20pm, Christensen Center, Marshall Room
Awakening Democracy Through Public Work: Pedagogies of Employment, is a new book written by Harry C. Boyte which tells stories of Public Achievement and Public work in the United States. There will be an opportunity for book signing as well.
AUDITIONS: 11/12 - 6:30–9:30PM
CALLBACKS: 11/13 – 7PM
Sign up for your audition slot on the Tjornhom-Nelson Theater door in the Foss Atrium!
NO NEED TO MEMORIZE ANYTHING! Auditions material available for pick up in the Theater Office - Foss 104