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Centennial Lecture Focuses on American Indian Philosophy, Nov. 16

Posted Nov, 10, 2010

The Department of Philosophy Fall 2010 Centennial Lecture is titled The Dance of Persons: One Interpretation of American Indian Philosophy by Thomas Norton-Smith, Ph.D. and is set for Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 7 p.m. in room 306 of the Kent Student Center. 
 
Norton-Smith’s presentation draws upon his recent book, The Dance of Persons: One Interpretation of American Indian Philosophy, published in the prestigious series Living Indigenous Philosophies by SUNY Press. Norton-Smith is a professor of philosophy at Kent State University at Stark. 
 
A reception will immediately follow the presentation and copies of the book will be made available for purchase by the Kent State Bookstore.
 
This event is free and open to the public.  For directions and information please contact the department of philosophy at 330-672-2315 or visit at http://philosophy.kent.edu

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Media Contact:
David W. Odell-Scott, dodellsc@kent.edu, 330-672-2315