David Hartman introduces the 30th anniversary issue of 'Alaska Quarterly Review'

2012-04-18 by News, Sports, and Art

The Alaska Quarterly Review presents its 30th anniversary edition, “Liberty and Justice (For All): A Global Photo Mosaic,” dedicated to the memory and living inspiration of Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros.

David Hartman, founding host of “Good Morning America,” introduces the photo mosaic at the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center on April 18, 2012.

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Alaska Quarterly Review

Environmental Justice: The Road Less Travelled, a public forum

2012-04-18 by

Students and faculty with the UAA Department of Philosophy hosted a public forum on climate change and ethics. Among their question:
Why should we care about welfare policies for food animals?
Can technology promote justice?
How are libraries responding to climate change?

Student Rachel Wintz emceed the evening, introducing speakers in this order:
(4:02) Alex Parker, UAA student
(9:40) Dr. Candace Croney, animal sciences, Purdue University
(38:26) Dr. Dane Smith, ethics, University of Montana
(1:04:30) Q and A with audience
(1:45:10) Close with Colin Walker, UAA student

This podcast was recorded Friday, April 13, 2012.

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UAA Dept. of Philosophy
Dr. Candace Croney
Purdue University contact page
Mansfield Center for Ethics, U of Montana
Dr. Dane Scott
U of Montana bio page