- Wednesday, November 18, 2020 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Should people be free to choose to wear masks? How are hospitals deciding whom to put on a ventilator and whom not? And why are some people choosing to get infected? Acclaimed philosopher and sociologist Renata Salecl examines freedom of choice in the current pandemic and asks why choice is so often anxiety provoking, how it relates to jealousy and envy, and how it can lead to aggression in times of social crisis.
Remarks by David L. Eng, Richard L. Fisher Professor of English and Asian American Studies.