(Re)Constitutions of Choice
An asynchronous/synchronous event
Wolf Humanities Center's 2020-2021 Forum on Choice
What does it mean to make a choice?
Decision-making is rarely as simple as right or wrong, black or white, yes or no: it is a murky and complex process filled with human (and nonhuman) will, impulse, and error. This event brings together artists, activists, and scholars from across disciplinary boundaries to explore how choices are made, and why. Join us for three exciting panels that examine the social, philosophical, and creative contours of choice-making.
The event in itself is choice-filled: talks and performances are available to be streamed two weeks before the live discussions, empowering the audience to choose when and in what order they engage with the material. Live, mediated 90-minute discussions, including audience Q+A, will take place online February 19 and 20.
February 19, 2021 / 11:00 am
ONLINEAma Josephine Budge Johnstone, Chelsea Frazier, Zina Saro-Wiwa, Himali Singh-Soin
February 19, 2021 / 3:15 pm
ONLINECarlos Rojas, Karen Thornber
February 20, 2021 / 2:00 pm
ONLINEJorge L. A. Garcia, Nancy H. Kwak, Heonik Kwon