Lecture 1 (of 3): Where Are the Students?
Registration is now closed for this event but some places will still be available in the Coach House for those who arrive in good time on the evening, and there will also be ample overflow seating for a livestream in the Great Hall.
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Robert Gibbs, Philosophy and Religion, and Inaugural Director of the Jackman Humanities Institute (2007-2017), University of Toronto
Coach House, Green College, UBC
Tuesday, January 15, 5-6:30 pm, with reception to followin the series
John V. Clyne Lectures at Green College: The Future of University Study—Ideas in Dialogue
Where do our students live? Where do they study? Starting from the current ambitious dormitory building project at UBC, this first lecture in a series of three by Robert Gibbs explores two ideas about university study: isolation and permeability. The lecture will conclude with the concept of urban epistemology, offering reflection on how students also learn in the city.
Unless otherwise noted, all of our lectures are free to attend and do not require registration.
6201 Cecil Green Park Rd
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
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