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Posted: Monday, October 26, 2020

Conversations in and out of the Disciplines: 'Cultivating Community: Interviewing as a Collaborative Process' - October 30

The 2020–2021 “Conversations in and out of the Disciplines” series begins this Friday, October 30, as Ruth Goldman, associate professor of media production in the Communication Department and coordinator of the women and gender studies program, presents “Cultivating Community: Interviewing as a Collaborative Process” at 3:00 p.m. on Zoom. (The talk might be delayed just a few minutes, pending conclusion of the Arts and Humanities meeting.) A Q&A and (virtual) wine and cheese reception will follow. Everyone is welcome.

Join the Zoom meeting.
Meeting ID: 880 0630 4538

Join by phone: (929) 205-6099 (New York)

Please also mark your calendars for the second talk of the semester, when John Torrey, assistant professor of philosophy, will present “The Possibility of Black Reparations” on Friday, November 20, at 3:00 p.m. (Zoom invitation forthcoming). Finally, stay tuned for more information about our upcoming talks this spring, which will include presentations by Jevon Hunter, Woods-Beals Endowed Chair in Urban Education in the School of Education and interim chair of the Social and Psychological Foundations of Education and Adult Education departments; Kristen Pastore-Capuana, assistant professor of English; and A. K. Shauku, assistant professor of political science and public administration.

The “Conversations” series was started over a decade ago by Ann Colley, SUNY Distinguished Professor Emerita of English, to “celebrate and draw attention to the research being done in various departments at Buffalo State College.” Over the last few years, colleagues from Anthropology, Art Conservation, Art History, Biology, English, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, and Secondary Education, among others, have shared their work with the Buffalo State and Buffalo communities.

Submitted by: David N. Ben-Merre
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