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We are conscious of the communicative challenges of science and policy, and we believe art has the power to open space for dialogue and understanding, and to move people in ways jargon cannot. – Agam
Agam is preparing to launch a new podcast this year featuring authors from Agam: Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change reading their original works and sharing their wisdom and ideas on the intersections of storytelling and climate change. We’re excited to be partnering with Far Eastern University. We’re working with FEU Communications students to develop a series of minisodes, and utilizing the recording studio of the Department of Communications at the Institute for Arts and Sciences from time to time.
by Ramon Sunico
June 30, 2017 | Mt Cloud Book Shop
A long time ago I had a very good teacher, his name was Fr. Tom Green. He taught three subjects: Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Science and Prayer. We had good discussions, and in one of them, he asked “What does it mean for you to become a well-educated citizen?” (We’d like to think that’s what we are.)
It struck me what he said. He said “A well-educated citizen during this time” — and that was just the 20th century, a century ago — “should be as comfortable reading Scientific American as Shakespeare. And I’ve looked back and realized that our education system doesn’t do that.Read More