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Homo Deus, A Brief History of Tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari (2017)  My take: Homo Deus or “Man of God” is a studied and knowledgeable work; as a humanist and existentialist I find myself at intellectual odds with the author’s description of classical liberal, humanism and free will. It’s a bit too stereotypical. That said, Harari […]

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Propaganda, The Formation of Men’s Attitudes by Jacques Ellul (1973, Propagandes; original French edition: 1962)  Though this book is over 50 years old, Ellul, a French philosopher, professor, sociologist and lay theologian, focused his research on the character  and affect produced by propaganda, in the context of modern technology, particularly on people’s lives in making […]

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  Prof. Dr. Viola Timm was a Hayman PhD at the University of California and a Mellon researcher at Johns Hopkins University. She has taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara and Irvine, New York University, and the University of Fortaleza, Brazil among other academic institutions. She writes about public health, Shakespeare, psychoanalysis and […]

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Sharon Cawood is currently an Area Director for N2 Publishing, a national company serving over 800 communities in 49 states – Turning Neighborhoods Into Communities. She’s experienced in business start-up operations – site research and development, forecasting, budget development and marketing strategy development.

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With a bachelor’s in English and K-12 Education and a master’s in Library and Information Sciences, Amber Cross began her career teaching children how to write before she transitioned into ghostwriting. She has ghostwritten many novels and nonfiction texts that span a wide range of genres. Cross is always looking forward to new projects that challenge her creative skills.

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Executive Director of Engineering & Network Services for Creospan, Inc., David Chisholm leads both the business development and delivery of wireless networks, including design, deployment and testing, with a strong focus on DAS and Small Cell and turn-key wireless communications solutions (both voice and data).

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Patrick Burke is a Principal and Studio Head who joined the Michael Graves Architecture and Design firm in 1982 after receiving his architectural training at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Princeton University. Building on the firm’s longstanding commitment to humanism and its power to produce transformative results, Burke has undertaken numerous trend-setting projects for museums, theaters, libraries and other institutions that are cornerstones of their communities.

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