UAA's Cyber-Ethics Conference, February 2016: Jennifer Robertson and robots in Japan

2016-03-03 by News, Sports, and Art

Jennifer Robertson is Professor of Anthropology and History of Art at the University of Michigan and author of the forthcoming book Robo Sapiens Japanicus: robotics, eugenics, and posthuman aesthetics.

Her keynote was a part of the 11th Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference Feb. 26-27, 2016.

This podcast was recorded Feb. 27, 2016 in UAA Library 307.



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Chartwell Lecture: 'Turkey, ISIS, and the Implications for the United States'

2016-03-03 by News, Sports, and Art

In the first Chartwell Lecture of 2016, Professor Sinan Ciddi, director of the Institute for Turkish Studies at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, speaks on: “Turkey, ISIS, and the Implications for the United States.” Please join us for a fascinating look at political changes in Turkey, one of America’s NATO allies, and how the future of the Middle East will be affected by Turkish and American foreign policies toward ISIS. Organized by the Department of Political Science at the University of Alaska Anchorage, the Chartwell Lectures are free and open to the public. For more information about this and upcoming lectures in the Chartwell and the William H. Seward Lecture Series, please visit the UAA Department of Political Science webpage.



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