University Theme: Freedom and Responsibility
Anthology Table Of Contents
- Susquehanna University Learning Goals, SU Faculty, staff, and students, Introduction by Carl O. Moses
- Lolita (Chapter 1) from Reading Lolita in Tehran: A memoir in books, Azar Nafisi, Introduction by Susan Bowers
- Investing in Education from Half the Sky: Turning oppression into opportunity for women worldwide, Nicholas D. Kristof & Sheryl WuDunn, Introduction by Valerie Allison-Roan & the students enrolled in Literacy II (EDUC 377) Spring 2012
- Liberal Learning and the Practice of Freedom, Philip H. Phenix, Introduction by Alissa Packer
- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, The United Nations, Introduction by Glen Retief
- Letter from a Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King, Jr., Introduction by Rabbi Nina H. Mandel
- The United States Constitution, The Founding Fathers, Introduction by Erik Viker
- The American Constitution (Chapter 5) from Freedom in America, William Ker Muir, Jr., Introduction by Alissa Packer
- Happy Illegal Holiday, Kent Greenfield, Introduction by Michele DeMary
- Four Freedoms Address to Congress (excerpt), Franklin D. Roosevelt, Introduction by Mark Wm. Radecke
- Freedom to Offend, Adam Liptak, Introduction by Darren Hudson Hick
- Freedom and Responsibility, Jean-Paul Sartre, Introduction by Lissa Skitolsky
- My Genome, My Self, Steven Pinker, Introduction by David Richard
- Facebook Nation (Chapter 1) from I know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did: Social networks and the death of privacy, Lori Andrews, Introduction by Margaret Peeler
- A Sound of Thunder, Ray Bradbury, Introduction by Hannah Leavens
"How Facebook and Twitter Are Redefining Freedom and Responsibility" by Lori Andrews
Lori Andrews, author of "I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did: Social Networks and the Death of Privacy," will discuss "How Facebook and Twitter Are Redefining Freedom and Responsibility." Andrews' talk is part of this year's University Theme, "Freedom and Responsibility."
"Facts about our travels across the Web are collected daily-without our consent-via cookies, web beacons, scrapers and other tracking mechanisms." "As many individuals have already learned the hard way, the same power of information sharing that can topple governments can also topple a person's career, marriage, finances, or even his or her future.
To advocate protections, Andrews is currently writing a Constitution covering social networks, with ten propositions, from The Right to Privacy of Place and Information, to The Right to Control One's Image.
Andrews is the author of ten nonfiction books and three novels. She frequently appears on television, including "60 Minutes," "Good Morning America" and "Nightline." She has written for publications that include Playboy, Parade, New York, Vogue, Glamour, Self, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune and Psychology Today.