Friday, March 31, 2017 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., RH 117
Chapman University Department of English
Commerce Unbound: A Modern Promethean Story is an experiment with integrating economics and ethics in a form that could be described as literary-critical economic nonfiction.
By mapping the modern world of commerce into our interpretation of Percy Shelley's “Prometheus Unbound,” we revivify bourgeois life as Shelley revivifies the Promethean story with his own take on the myth. In doing so we make Shelley’s purpose our own, “to familiarize” our audience “with beautiful ideal-isms of moral excellence” in their everyday lives of commerce.
Shelley’s point and ours is that any socioeconomic revolution, whether from the left or the right, will ultimately fail if it is fomented by despair, anger, and hate.
Inside the Boardroom of an Alaska Native Organization Class - March 31 and April 7.
Last year we had 8 of the 12 chairs of the Alaska Native Regional Corporations for the Chairman's Panel. This year we hope to have all 12 Regionals.
The Chairman's panel takes place April 7 from 8 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and includes lunch.
Term Assistant Professor of Management Bob Poe explains what the subject is all about.
UAA Master of Public Administration students Brandon Nye, Kate Wright, Katie Dougherty and Loreen Davis participated in the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) Batten Student Simulation Competition on Feb. 25 at the University of Washington campus in Seattle.
This summer the visiting UAA Rasmuson Chair of Economics, Dr. Bart Wilson from Chapman University, is running his annual summer scholars program at UAA. The deadline is soon, on March 9. It is an absolutely FANTASTIC opportunity for a motivated student.