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New Series Of Public Courses Delve Into Politics And Religion

BISR got its start in 2012 with a course on Aristotle and Plato.
BISR got its start in 2012 with a course on Aristotle and Plato.

A new educational program is coming to Cincinnati called The Brooklyn Institute for Social Research.  BISR started in New York City to offer community-based education in the tradition of the liberal arts.  The four-week long courses are open to the public and give participants the opportunity to delve into important social, religious and political issues.

BISR got its start in 2012 with a course on Aristotle and Plato.
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BISR got its start in 2012 with a course on Aristotle and Plato.

Joining us to discuss the program and the courses it offers are BISR regional director for Ohio and Kentucky Angela RoskopErisman, who will be leading a course called Reading the Bible: The Flood; and BISR faculty member and Xavier University Associate Professor of Philosophy Timothy Brownlee, the instructor for What is the Public Sphere?:  Communication in Society.

(If you have questions about BISR and its courses, you can email info@brooklyninstitute.com.)

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