1. 23rd Annual Public Lecture Series: Social Theory

    Title: "America’s Exhibit A: Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Living History and the Genres of Authenticity"

    Feb. 25, 2011: Professor Roy Baumeister, Frances Eppes Eminent Scholar, Department of Psychology, Florida State University

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  2. 23rd Annual Public Lecture Series: Social Theory

    Title: "America’s Exhibit A: Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Living History and the Genres of Authenticity"

    Feb. 25, 2011: Professor Roy Baumeister, Frances Eppes Eminent Scholar, Department of Psychology, Florida State University

    # vimeo.com/31967994 Uploaded 8 Plays 0 Comments
  3. 23rd Annual Public Lecture Series: Social Theory

    Title: "America’s Exhibit A: Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Living History and the Genres of Authenticity"

    Feb. 25, 2011: Professor Roy Baumeister, Frances Eppes Eminent Scholar, Department of Psychology, Florida State University

    # vimeo.com/31968103 Uploaded 14 Plays 0 Comments
  4. 23rd Annual Public Lecture Series: Social Theory

    Title: "America’s Exhibit A: Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Living History and the Genres of Authenticity"

    Feb. 25, 2011: Professor Roy Baumeister, Frances Eppes Eminent Scholar, Department of Psychology, Florida State University

    # vimeo.com/31968138 Uploaded 10 Plays 0 Comments
  5. 23rd Annual Public Lecture Series: Social Theory

    Title: "America’s Exhibit A: Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Living History and the Genres of Authenticity"

    Feb. 25, 2011: Professor Roy Baumeister, Frances Eppes Eminent Scholar, Department of Psychology, Florida State University

    # vimeo.com/31968267 Uploaded 9 Plays 0 Comments

The Committee on Social Theory

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The University of Kentucky's Committee on Social Theory was formed in 1989 to counter traditional disciplinary narrowness in social thought, to build bridges between the humanities and social sciences, and to inform social research with transdisciplinary…


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The University of Kentucky's Committee on Social Theory was formed in 1989 to counter traditional disciplinary narrowness in social thought, to build bridges between the humanities and social sciences, and to inform social research with transdisciplinary theoretical understandings. It was one of the first such programs in the United States. Since its founding, the history of the Committee has been one of gradual expansion and continuous success. Today, it oversees a vibrant pedagogical and research program and has some fifty affiliated faculty from colleges across the University.

For more information, please visit socialtheory.as.uky.edu

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