Schulze Speaker Series: John Willinsky
The Public Good of Research and Scholarship:
The Long View from Medieval Monastery to Modern University
Dr. John Willinsky, Khosla Family Professor of Education at Stanford University, will give the first 2013-14 Schulze lecture. In his lecture, titled "The Public Good of Research and Scholarship: The Long View from Medieval Monastery to Modern University," Dr. Willinsky will review the history of higher learning, with a focus on the struggles over the ages to produce a public good of appreciable value. He will consider the economic, legal and intellectual properties of research and scholarship and the dilemmas and opportunities we face today in advancing their place in a democratic society.
Learn more about Dr. Willinsky's scholarly work. Read draft-chapters from his current scholarly project, "The Intellectual Properties of Learning: A Pre-History from Saint Jerome to John Locke," or visit his faculty profile at the Stanford Graduate School of Education.
Sponsored by: The Schulze Fund for Interdisciplinary Studies and the Life of the Mind Program
Co-sponsored by: University Libraries