09/12/2019 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Ancient Greek Insights for Today’s America: A Philosophical Conversation
Sponsored by Merlin CCC and the Carroll College Philosophy Department, this evening program will be an informal conversation about greek philosophical insights and how they relate to and can help us navigate our everyday lived experiences. Invited guest speakers/participants include:
Guest participants will be provided with set questions/topics, not as a debate, but rather as an illuminating conversation. Marisa Diaz-Waian (Philosopher & Director, Merlin CCC) will introduce the symposium panel. 2019 Merlin Student Scholar Fellow & Philosopher, Henry Kramer, will be serving as the moderator and will aide in directing discussion.
This evening event will be held in Sage Room 235 in the Corette Library at Carroll College. Invited speakers will briefly address the theme and then open the symposium up to general, free-flowing discussion. FREE to the public! Students at the high school and college level and the Helena community are invited!
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Library Sage Room
Gender & Politics with Jennifer Palmieri
09/12/2019 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Carroll College’s Gender Studies Program and the Departments of Political Science and International Relations and Languages and Literature are hosting political and communications strategist Jennifer Palmieri on campus, Thursday, September 12 at 7 p.m. Ms. Palmieri will be presenting a talk: Gender and Politics.
Jennifer Palmieri is the author of the number 1 New York Times bestselling book Dear Madam President and an accomplished political and communications strategist. Jennifer served as head of communications for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and White House communications director under President Barack Obama. She was also White House deputy press secretary for President Bill Clinton, national press secretary for the Democratic Party, and national press secretary for the 2004 John Edwards for President campaign. She is also a frequent contributor to national print and television outlets. Jennifer resides in Edgewater, Maryland with her husband, Jim Lyons.
This event is free and the Helena community is encouraged to attend.