Food for Thought w/ Prof. Ingrid Creppell

18 Sep

Come for lunch and discussion with Professor Ingrid Creppell, Deputy Director of the UHP and Professor of Political Science.  We’ll provide the food, you bring the thought!

Seats are extremely limited, so sign up now for this lunch time chat on Friday, September 28 from 11:30am-12:30pm in the UHP Club Room at 714 21st Street.

The topic: Explaining Enmity 

One of the most important and consequential states of mind – has received little direct theoretical study. Why is that? In this presentation, I define what I mean by enmity, discuss how I came to explore the subject, offer methods to enable us to manage the complexity of its exploration, and present a particular case as an example. The example I develop is King Philip’s War – a world-changing clash between Indians and the Puritan Colonists in later 17th century New England – which has been called one of the deadliest in American history. It left a profound mark on America’s tradition of conflict.

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