MONTHLY FORUM - Can Skepticism Be Taught?

Hosted by Center for Inquiry-Long Island

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Plainview Old Bethpage Library

999 Old Country Rd · Plainview, NY

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Main Auditorium on the first floor.

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Topic: Can Skepticism Be Taught?

Speaker: Mark David Barnhill

Marc David Barnhill is a Critical Thinking / Reading / Writing educator at New York University and the City University of New York whose work sees literacy, skeptical inquiry, and social justice as mutually informing concerns. He has been a presenter and panel participant at SkeptiCamp NYC and at the Northeast Conference on Science and Skepticism, serves on New York City Skeptics’ NECSS Organizing Committee and on Center For Inquiry-NYC’s Campus Advisory Committee and Volunteer Advisory Board, and is a recipient of CFI-NYC’s Freethinker of the Year award. In addition to blogging at, he hosts the Skeptical Connections podcast and leads the local Cognitive Brunch discussion group. He is currently writing a book titled The Promise of Critical Thinking: Logic, Language and Social Justice.

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This event is hosted by Amy Frushour Kelly. As always, this event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

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