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“Reflections on the (Im)Possibility of Virtuality as a Sacred Space”

March 26, 2009
7 p.m. Lecture
Fort Howard Theater, Bemis International Center

Lucas Introna
Head of Department and Professor of Organisation, Technology and Ethics 
Lancaster University Management School 

With degrees in New Testament Studies and Philosophy and a Ph.D. in Information Systems, Lucas Introna has a wide range of experience in both the business and academic worlds, and is a recognized expert on the Philosophy of Technology. Professor Introna examines the profound impact of technology on human relations, specifically the ethical implications of technology for society, including issues such as virtuality, privacy and surveillance, and the relation between information and power. His recent articles have discussed the meaning of screens, the political site of the ATM, and systems for the discussion of plagiarism.” Introna’s most recent book, currently in press, is Phenomenology, Organisation and Technology, co-edited with F. Ilharco and E. Fay. 

You may search the Todd Wehr Library catalog for a selection of books available by Lucas Introna. Books are also available to purchase after the lecture and at the St. Norbert College bookstore.