Hungry Hungry Humanities: Eating is Understanding
Monday, March 7 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm
DePaul Student Center, 120 2250 N. Sheffield Ave., Chicago, IL 60614
Scholars throughout history have dismissed food and drink as topics that are, at best, unworthy of sustained attention, and at worst, distractions from clear thinking and even from the well-being of the mind. In a special multi-sensory, interactive foodie event, philosopher Robert Valgenti (Lebanon Valley College) will explore phenomena such as deliciousness, disgust, and authenticity in order to ask: Can food uncover something profound about humans and the ways that they understand their world? Can the aroma of fresh ideas rouse thinking from its gastronomic slumber?
The first 100 attendees will receive a bento box packed with food: a mini three-course meal that will be used throughout the presentation as audience members are asked to eat together and understand together.
Discounted parking rate available. See Humanities Center staff at event for details.
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Lectures & Discussions, Spirituality and Values, Student Organizations, University-wide Events, Open to the Public, Health/Wellness, Centers and Institutes, Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center, Adult Students, DePaul Activities Board (DAB)
Centers and Institutes, DePaul Humanities Center, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, (All) College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Art Museum, School for New Learning, Philosophy, College of Communication, (All) College of Communication, College of Education, (All) College of Education, College of Science and Health, (All) College of Science and Health, Library, (All) Library, Student Affairs, Office of Health Promotion and Wellness
Free and open to the public.
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