Saturday, 03 November, 2012
Now in its twenty-third season, the College of Arts and Sciences' Pregame Showcase has been giving Tennessee football fans the chance to hear from esteemed faculty prior to each gridiron match up. This season will feature a wide range of topics, including space exploration, political science, philosophy, microbiology, history and philosophy. Free and open to the public, each showcase features a thirty-minute presentation followed by a fifteen-minute question-and-answer session. Presentations begin two hours before kickoff in the Carolyn P. Brown University Center, Room 213. A brief reception will be held immediately following each program. Door prizes will be awarded.
David Reidy, professor and head in the department of philosophy, will present, "The Authority of Citizens: Its Nature and Limits" before the UT-Troy game on November 3.
Come stretch your mind, and be part of the full game-day experience!