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This first workshop of the World Dignity University initiative was organized by the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies network, in the context of its 38th Annual Conference. The Workshop proceedings are published on the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies website.
An Introduction to Therapeutic Jurisprudence for Non-Lawyers (Winter/Spring 2023)
Description: Many members of the HDHS community engage in work that overlaps with law and public policy.
Frequent attendees of the annual December workshop may have attended presentations invoking therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ),
In October, WDUi co-sponsored a program titled “The Dignity of an Intellectual Life for All.” Focusing on Dr. Zena Hitz’s thought-provoking book, Lost in Thought: The Hidden Pleasures of an Intellectual Life (2020), the program examined the value of embracing the liberal arts and humanities for their own sake and considered how a rich intellectual life for everyone enhances human dignity.
You want to offer a WDU course but are not sure how to make it available online at the WDU website?
This course is for you! In seven easy steps it shows how to post your course material on the Joomla-powered website and how to make it available to your students.
Planned for 2023
In considering the potential roles of the World Dignity University, Evelin Lindner and others have invoked the original origins and meanings of the term “university,” harkening back to a time before institutions of higher learning were organized around departments, credits, and degrees.