A movie discussion on Richard II for adult and high school audiences.
Speakers: Dr. Shawn Welnek, Professor Philosophy Department, Long Island University-LIU Post,
Dr. Welnak, founder of the Institute for the Study of Democracy and Liberalism at LIU Post, specializes in Political Philosophy. As an active scholar, he has presented his work across the country, and most recently in Paris.
Dr. John Lutz, Associate Professor of English at Long Island University- LIU Post
John Lutz teaches philosophy and literature, postcolonial literature and theory, political philosophy and 20th-century literature. His most recent publications include articles in Mississippi Quarterly, Conradiana, Texas Studies in Literature and Language, LIT, Research in African Literatures, Rethinking Marxism and Mosaic.
For further information about this event, please contact: Manju Prasad-Rao, LIU Post Library. Karen Young, Hutton House Lectures, LIU Post
Phone: 516- 299-2895, 516-299-4003
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