Ethics and the Professions Series presents: “Personal Conviction in the Face of Censorship”

5:00 PM  - 6:30 PM
Tuesday Nov 20, 2012
Davis Court, Markim Hall

How do we live out our life’s work when the barriers to our vocation are great?

As we aspire to tell the truth as we see it, how do we then stay true to our beliefs in the midst of the controversy they might cause?

Come enjoy a delicious Indian dinner and hear the inspiring stories of Professor Jim Laine and visiting Humphrey Professor Anand Patwardhan as they are interviewed by Hannah McIntire '13. They will share their experiences living out their principles while their professional work as an academic writer and as a filmmaker faced with censorship and vilified in India. 

Dinner provided. RSVP online here - required before Friday Nov 16.

Event Sponsored by the Lilly Program, the Institute for Global Citizenship and IGC Student Council.





This event is for: Students, Staff and Faculty

Sponsored By: Kofi Annan Institute for Global Citizenship (IGC), Lilly Project for Vocation and Ethical Leadership

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