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Chad Kautzer, “Homelessness, Security, and the Politics of Dys-Appearance”

The UO Community Philosophy Institute strives to connect philosophical reflection with the problems and issues faced by the community beyond campus. This year the Institute’s Homelessness Project will consider contemporary homelessness in Eugene and beyond. The Project organizers hope to correct ignorance and confront denial about homelessness by recognizing human dignity through academic study, art, video, photography, the exploration of effective civic and political programs, course content, and informational, philosophical, and roundtable discussion events.

The OHC, along with CAS, CSWS, and Philosophy, is a co-sponsor of events that will address homelessness. On November 6th, Chad Kautzer, Philosophy and director of the Social Justice Minor at the University of Colorado, Denver, will speak on “Homelessness, Security, and the Politics of Dys-Appearance” at 4 p.m. in the Knight Library Browsing Room. The following day community and local stake holders will participate in a roundtable discussion about homelessness in Eugene. See more at: http://media.uoregon.edu/channel/2014/11/07/chad-kautzer-homelessness-security-and-the-politics-of-dys-appearance/#sthash.LhBodS4e.dpuf

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