The “Paideia Texts and Issues Lecture Series,” sponsored by the Paideia Endowment since 1983, encourages intellectual discussion across disciplinary lines. The Paideia Governing Board selects four to five presentation proposals each year from faculty across the campus to present to the college community on issues or texts that are central to the liberal arts.
September 24, 2019: "Steve Biko: Black Consciousness as Resistance to the Apartheid State" (Martin Klammer, Professor of English)
November 12, 2019: "Education and the Ho-Chunk: Resistance and Resilience" (Anna Peterson, Assistant Professor of History and David Faldet, Professor of English)
February 18, 2020: "African Roots in Southern Fields: What the Slaves Ate” (Kelly Sharp, Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and History)
March 10, 2020: "Culture as Resistance in the Chilean Andes: An Indigenous Community's Struggle for Rights and Recognition” (Anita Carrasco, Associate Professor of Anthropology)
* Lectures are in the CFL Recital Hall at 7:00 p.m., with receptions following in Qualley Lounge.