Each year, Wyoming Catholic College welcomes lecturers from the wider academic community to Lander as part of their Annual Lecture Series. Between October and April, they will hold four lectures.
All are open to the public and will be followed by Q & A. Each lecture will take place in the Fremont Room at The Inn at Lander (260 Grandview Drive) and will begin at 7:00PM. All are invited to join WCC Faculty and Senior Students for a wine and cheese reception afterward at The Crux Coffee Shop on Main and Third. LEARN MORE
Next up are the following lectures (and their topics):
February 2nd, 7pm
Wyoming Catholic’s own Dr. Thaddeus Kozinski will deliver a lecture entitled “Is Reading Plato Necessary for Salvation?”
Dr. Kozinski is Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Philosophy and Humanities at the College, and is the author of The Political Problem of Religious Pluralism: And Why Philosophers Cannot Solve It (as well as Liberalism vs. the Logos, forthcoming from Angelico Press).
April 6th, 7pm
Dr. William Brownsberger will deliver a lecture on the value of silence in modern society, “Adrift on a Windy Ocean: Sounding the Depths of Noise in Contemporary Society.”
Dr. Brownsberger is Academic Dean and Professor of Theology at Conception Seminary College, and has written and lectured extensively on the “significance of silence” in modernity. His essay, “Silence,” was a key text in the College’s “Symposium on Silence and Sacred Space in the Modern World,” held earlier this year.