Archive: Georgetown University
Academedia 2012 – gnovis' Inaugural Conference
On April 11th, 2012, gnovis held its first conference titled “Academedia” at Georgetown University. The goal of this gathering of minds was to discuss how new media practices are shaping research an
Categories: 2012, The Gnovis Blog
The "Globalization" of the Study Abroad Experience
Georgetown is a school that rightly prides itself on its study abroad statistics. While nationally a measly 1% of American students participate in international education programs, Georgetown underg
Categories: 2012, Globalization Column, The Gnovis Blog
Modernity on the Wings of Morality
On Wednesday, October 19, Jurgen Habermas traversed the Atlantic to deliver a lecture on myth and ritual as a part of Georgetown's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs lecture series.
Categories: 2011, Globalization Column, The Gnovis Blog
The Dogs That Can Do Algebra
Noted science fiction author (and attractive brunette with a Ph.D. from Harvard in Chemical Physics) Catherine Asaro recently made an appearance in my futures-predicting class. That’s futures with an s because, as we often discuss, at any given moment there is an inordinate amount of possible futures that can happen given the present parameters.
Category: The Gnovis Blog