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Sights and Sounds from the Cinzia Arruzza Humanities Forum

We were pleased to host Cinzia Arruzza, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the New School for a talk on Plato and Shamelessness on February 27, 2019. A recording can be found below. Thanks to all who came out to hear this enlightening presentation!

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Cinzia Arruzza – “What’s the Need for Shame?: Plato on Shamlessness and Injustice”

The University of Scranton Humanities Initiative is proud to welcome Cinzia Arruzza to campus on Wednesday, February 27. Her talk will be at 5:30 in the 5th floor of the Weinberg Memorial Library.

Dr. Arruzza is the author of several books and co-editor of the forthcoming Feminism for the 99% (Verso Books). She currently teaches at The New School and is a member of the editorial collective for Viewpoint Magazine.

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