The Growing Nationalist Populism: Its Impact on the British “Brexit” Vote and on European and Global Politics

2017-04-20 by

Mr. Persson discusses how and why British and other voters in Europe and globally have been affected by ideas and opinions which, for the most part, contradict liberal and Western values strenuously upheld and cherished during and after the Cold War, political ideas which clearly resemble those that brought Europe to disaster twice during the twentieth century. The traditional role and fundamental value of the United States in upholding and defending those values, and in creating the most successful peace project ever, the European Union, will also be discussed.



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'Author Meets Critics' with Professor Paul B. Thompson, Michigan State University

2017-04-18 by News, Sports, and Art

UAA Environmental Ethics student panelists Samuel Rice, Ben Mock, Molly Fenton, Nathan Burns and Angelina Klapperich host an evening with Professor Paul B. Thompson, author of From Field to Fork: Food Ethics for Everyone (Oxford University Press, 2015; North American Society for Social Philosophy 2015 Book Award Winner). Professor Thompson has been writing and researching food issues for more than 30 years, advising the food industry internationally and studying food from an ethical perspective. His text is the first comprehensive study to explore interconnections hidden deep within the wide range of ethical issues related to the production and consumption of food.

For more information, please contact Professor Raymond Anthony at rxanthony@alaska.edu.



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