Dr. Pauline Hoffmann, dean of the School of Communication, spoke at the Young Nonprofit Professionals (YNPN) conference in Buffalo, N.Y. on Friday, March 24. Her speech was titled "So you have a crisis, now what?" She addressed common things organizations, particularly nonprofits, may do when faced with a crisis, including how to use and monitor social media.
Dr. Benjamin Gross, assistant professor of sociology, will have portions of his book review for "The Myth of Individualism," by Peter Callero, published on the back cover of the new (3rd) edition, which will be released this summer.
St. Bonaventure is proud to be co-hosting this year's Individualized Major Conference in Rochester, N.Y. on March 30-31. To learn more or register for the event, visit impnetwork.wordpress.com/imp-conference/.
Dr. Michael Chiariello, professor of philosophy, shared his recent publications and presentations. “Augustine’s Confessions: Interiority at the Core of the Core Curriculum,” has been reprinted in the volume Teaching Augustine, edited by Scott McGinnis and Christopher Metress (Basel: MPDP, 2015). The essay was originally presented at Teaching the Christian Intellectual Tradition conference at Samford University in 2014 and first published in Religions (2015). “Comprehensively Critical Metapolitics” appears in Critical Rationalism at Work: Essays for Joseph Agassi, edited by Nimrod Bar-Am and Stefano Gattei. Zug: Springer, Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science, 2017. “Postmodernity, Ideology and Rationality in the Communist Manifesto” was presented at the national conference of the Association for Core Texts and Courses in April 2016. “Plato’s Cave: Metapolitics for the Post-factual Era” will be presented at the upcoming national conference of the Association for Core Texts and Courses this April.
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