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The Digital Human: Implications for Teaching Undergraduates
This is a Core Curriculum Enhancement (CCE) workshop.

Towards a Theological Anthropology of The "Digital Human":

The 21st century has brought a proliferation of technologies that have drastically and rapidly altered and reshaped societal institutions as well as how human beings experience themselves and, potentially, God. This workshop will explore how modern science and technology are changing the human person and will discuss some of the theological and pedagogical implications of those changes.

Daniel Lewis McGee was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Xavier University of Louisiana, earning his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and subsequently matriculated Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut, receiving a Master of Arts in Religion with a concentration in Theology. Currently, Daniel’s research interests include bringing together diverse sources: theological anthropology, science and technology, continental and analytic philosophy, political economy, and liberation theology among other interests. Daniel plans to pursue further graduate study.

  • Led by: Mr. Daniel Lewis McGee
  • Date: Monday, September 11, 2017
  • Time: 4:00 - 5:00 PM
  • Location: Mellon Seminar Room - LRC 534B
  • Sponsor: CCE
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Tags: cce, core curriculum, digital humanities
Format: seminar
Event ID: 01578

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