What if the epistemology, the way to think worlds, that was responsible for thinking the very possibility for the discovery or dark matter in quantum physics is not distinct from that which produces a search for the Holy Spirit?
The provocative documentary Starving the Beast examines the deep ideological debates raging around the country over the funding of state universities and colleges. The divide is marked by those who want to apply a market approach to higher ed, with costs borne by the consumer (i.e.
Emily Levine is Assistant Professor of History at University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Her research places ideas, scholarly practices, and institutions into the social, cultural, and political contexts of cities in nineteenth and twentieth-century Europe and America.
Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky is an assistant professor in Law, Societies, and Justice and American Ethnic Studies at the University of Washington.
The Space and Sovereignty Humanities Institute Working Group and the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) present: