On Tuesday, December 6, Dr. Keisha Khan Y. Perry, a Presidential Penn Compact Associate Professor of Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, closed this semester’s Society of Skeptics series with a discussion of her current work and a recent eye-opening experience that impacted her studies and taught her a life lesson: the importance of embracing life’s spontaneity.
Past Society of Skeptics Speakers
This sampling of past Society of Skeptics speakers gives visitors an idea of the wide range of industries and perspectives represented by the weekly lecturers who have visited campus in recent years. This program is funded in part by The Class of 1968 Society of Skeptics Endowment Fund.
On Tuesday, November 29, specialist in eighteenth century history, professor of Literary History Dr. James Basker made his first appearance on the hilltop for the season’s penultimate Society of Skeptics event.
Writer and film director and producer Cass Gardiner ’07 returned to her alma mater on Tuesday, November 15 to talk to students at the Society of Skeptics about what it means to work as an Anishinaabe Algonquin professional, have a career in film and fine art, and follow the “importance of pursuing and finding joy.”