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When we interrupt and peel away most all norms and conventions, what is left of us? Join us for a cross-disciplinary panel exploring the essential dynamics of human interaction, in light of the experience of PARLIAMENT at Duke, a four-day performance piece (on view March 7-10 within a Nasher Museum gallery) created by Michael Kliën, associate professor of the practice of dance in Duke’s Dance Program. Duke faculty will offer insights and impressions from neuroscientific, cultural, and philosophical perspectives. This free program takes place in the Lecture Hall. Co-sponsored by the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke.
Brian Hare, Ph.D.
Associate Professor in Evolutionary Anthropology, Duke University
Core Faculty, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience
Nina Werness Sandot
Yoga Therapist and Creative Director at Mind-Body Centering Yoga
Co-creator of LiveGlobally, Inc.
Founder of Carolina Peace Center
Negar Mottahedeh, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Literature, Duke University
Wayne Norman, Ph.D.
Mike and Ruth Mackowski Professor of Ethics in Kenan Institute for Ethics and Department of Philosophy, Duke University
Professor of the Practice of Dance, Duke University Dance Program
Jennifer Francis, Ph.D.
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Duke University
Douglas and Josie Breeden Doctoral Professor of Business, Fuqua School of Business
Chair and Organizer