Class Glossary

Embodied (Fleming): This signifies when something, somewhere or someone is an example of a certain thing. For example, in Fleming’s City of Rhetoric, he mentions how certain people are the embodiment of the Suburbia. This means these people are the perfect example of the typical Suburbia resident.   Situated (Fleming): Situated has to do with […]

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Combating Corruption Through Civil Society

This past Friday I attended a panel, put on by the International Development Program Student Association, entitled Combating Corruption Through Civil Society. The panel was moderated by Dr. Jonathan Fox, a professor in the School of International Service, and featured two panelists, Jana Morgan, the director of Publish What You Pay, and Shaazka Beyerle, a […]

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Texts and Traditions VI: Views of th other in Judaism, Christianity and Islam

On October 26, I went to a panel discussion called Texts and Traditions VI: Views of the other in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The first half of the panel consisted of each of the panel members presenting a short lecture on how their tradition views the other. Rabbi Berner, the panelist representing the Jewish tradition, […]

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