Dr. Charlie Mitchell and Dr. Corey McCall Present Papers at National Meeting

April 13 2016
Category: Academics

Dr. Charlie Mitchell, Professor of American Studies and Dean of Faculty, and Dr. Corey McCall, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion, presented papers as part of a panel entitled "Why Does Art Matter? Reflections on a National Endowment for the Humanities Enduring Questions Grant" at the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association in San Francisco, March 30 - April 4.

Dr. Mitchell's contribution focused on the inception, design and implementation of the course, while Dr. McCall's paper focused on how the course content has begun to inform his current research through a discussion of the creative artist's role in society as understood by James Baldwin and Albert Camus.