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Melissa Gregg: “8 Hours for What We Will”

Humanities 1, Room 402

Discussion on time management in the workplace and the role of technology in facilitating dominant ideas of productivity. RSVP required. Please email Caroline Kao In preparation, please read 2 chapters of any time management self help book and make a note of those things that are classified as leisure activities by the author. Some […]


Critical Leisure Studies Winter Seminar: Introduction & The Right to be Lazy

Humanities 1, Room 402

In our introductory Winter Seminar, we hope to foster intellectual dialogue amongst a community of scholars interested in exploring the theoretical implications and transformative possibilities in thinking the category of “leisure” historically and in the contemporary moment. The first half of the meeting, will be an open discussion about the interdisciplinary possibilities of “leisure” as […]