Siegel Institute for Leadership, Ethics and Character
The Ethics of Physical Embodiment
The Siegel Institute for Leadership, Ethics and Character invites students, faculty, and staff to apply for the SIERS Fall 2016 Cohort.
Scholars are expected to attend weekly meetings, related events throughout the year, present their research at various related conferences/symposiums, as well as produce a publishable piece for the SIERS Journal. The publishable piece is not limited to an article, other versions of creative output will be considered.
Scholars are appointed for a one year commitment. Those students graduating are still encouraged to apply, so long as they can commit to the weekly meetings. Scholars serve as a research team tackling a common topic, each from their own discipline or perspective. Each scholar is free to choose a specific area of research within the theme.
Students may request directed study credit for participation in SIERS.
For more information about the Siegel Institute or SIERS, please visit our website: siegelinstitute.kennesaw.edu.
When speaking of our physical embodiment, many qualities, attributes, and representations come to mind. The Fall 2016 Cohort will be open to researching issues related, but not limited to, issues of masculinity, femininity, ageism, skin color, gender, sizeism, ableism, media representation, and the list goes on. Applicants are encouraged to propose topics that could fall under this umbrella theme of The Ethics of Physical Embodiment.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 to Friday, August 12, 2016