Feb 20 • 1HR 36M

The Arts as a Means to Love (Mary McCampbell)

Imagining our neighbor as ourselves

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In this lecture, Mary McCampbell (Author, Associate Professor of humanities at Lee University) will look at how the arts expand our imaginations and, in so doing, embolden our ability to love our neighbors as ourselves.  

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