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Another student picked for profiling was Gaia Cloutier, a graduate of Trinity’s Guided Studies program. I recorded her responses to the questionnaire I sent her here.
What in particular attracted you to […]
Team B reading questions. Responses of 250-300 words are due by 9PM on Wednesday 9/3 as an original post. Don’t forget a creative title for your post.
1. How are Hume, Kant, and Bourdieu different in their thinking about taste? (You might choose to focus on two rather than all three.) Whom do you tend to agree with more, and why? What examples…[Read more]
Trinity Communications wrote a new post, Colleagues, Grants Support Stefanie Chambers’ Research on Somali Americans, on the site Faculty Highlights 1 day, 7 hours ago
For her newest book, Stefanie Chambers, associate professor of political science, is comparing the incorporation of Somali Americans in the Twin Cities and Columbus, Ohio. It’s an effort that she acknowledges was made possible by the support of many others: her colleagues, a Trinity alumnus, and most recently the American Political Science…[Read more]
Patrick Kane is an IDP student here at Trinity, about to start the fifth of his six years here at trinity. I recently talked with Mr. Kane about his life and his experiences as a history major here at Trinity College. Mr. Kane, a retired print advertiser, came to Trinity College when he was retired to fuel his life-long love of learning. I learned…[Read more]
msafran wrote a new post, Now anyone can access all of Greek and Latin literature–in English, too!, on the site Trinity College Classics Department 2 days, 19 hours ago
Thanks to John Alcorn of Italian Studies here at Trinity for bringing this wonderful news to my attention:
“WHEN JAMES LOEB designed his soon-to-be-launched series of Greek and Roman texts at the turn of the […]
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