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 Moral Thinking- a working paper session



Tuesday Nov. 28th 12:00-1:15 PM

IPFW's campus, LA building, Room 160



During this session, faculty will exchange work-in-progress on the themes of moral thinking in artworks of economic success and failure.



Hosted by the MORAL THINKING IN ARTWORKS OF ECONOMIC SUCCESS AND ECONOMIC FAILUREseminar series






Economic Justice & Leadership: Aligning Business with People and Planet



Julie Savaria

Academic Partnerships- North America at Emzingo



Tuesday Nov. 28th at 6 PM

IU Bloomington campus, Hodge Hall, Room 4000

Followed by discussion of internship and ABP opportunities.  Food provided.



Hosted by the ECONOMIC JUSTICE AND INCLUSIVE MARKETS: ETHICS OF DOING BUSINESS WITH THE POOR seminar, NetImpact, and Trockman Microfinance Initiative






Picturing Religion and Ethics through Comic Books



Daniel Peretti

Indiana University, Folklore & Ethnomusicology

Heather Blair

Indiana University, Department of Religious Studies



Thursday Nov. 30th 1:45-3:45 PM

IU Bloomington, Wells Library, Room 030

In his new book, Superman in Myth and Folklore (University of Mississippi Press, 2017), Daniel Peretti explores how Americans use the Man of Steel as a model for behavior, a means to express and perform individual identity, and a focal point for community. 

Heather Blair specializes in the history of Japanese religious culture. In her current book project, provisionally titled The Gods Make You Giggle: Finding Religion in Japanese Picturebooks, she argues that religious imagery and ideas animate Japan’s modern and contemporary picturebooks in unrecognized but important ways.



Sponsored by THE ETHICAL AND RELIGIOUS DIMENSIONS OF CHILDREN'S LITERATURE seminar