In April, 2014, Henry Rosemont conducted a class at Middlesex for faculty from around the region on the Confucian Analects. Video and text from the class are available below.
Henry Rosemont, Jr. was the George B. and Willma Reeves Distinguished Professor of the Liberal Arts Emeritus at Saint Mary’s College of Maryland, senior consulting professor at Fudan University, Shanghai, China, and Visiting Professor of East Asia and Religious Studies at Brown University. Professor Rosemont’s interests include Chinese thought, logic and linguistics, and global justice. He is the author of more than sixty articles in scholarly journals and anthologies and editor of the Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy’s Monograph Series. His books include A Chinese Mirror, Leibniz: Writings on China, Rationality & Religious Experience, The Analects of Confucius: A Philosophical Translation (with Roger Ames), and the forthcoming Radical Confucianism.
A Reader’s Companion to the Confucian Analects, Henry Rosemont, Jr.
Middlesex professors, inspired by the teachings of Rosemont, created lessons and materials that integrated these topics into their courses:
Socialization & Parenting in East Asia – Michael Rodman, Psychology
Confucian Analects & Chinese Painting – Shelly Hawkes & Cathy McCarron, Art History & English
Confucius and the Encumbered Life – Carlos Brocatto, Philosophy