Superior Library to host Dr. Joaquin Trujillo Jan. 14

Superior – On Jan. 14, the Superior Public Library is presenting Dr. Joaquin Trujillo to speak on his abstraction ‘The Everyday Comprehension of Death and its Potentiality for Meaningfulness’.

39 residents of Superior were included in interviews, during late 2010 and early 2011, which were part of a larger study of the everyday life in small town American life. For the purposes of the abstraction, pseudonyms were assigned to the interviewees to protect their privacy.

About the abstraction Dr. Trujillo said “ In this article I submit the answers I collected to existential, phenomenological analysis. The goal is to use private knowledge to develop our universal understanding of the everyday comprehension of death and its potentiality for meaningfulness.”

Dr. Joaquin Trujillo served as a Foreign Service Office with the United States Department of State from 2003 – 2013. His tenured service included posts in Southern and Northern Europe, the Middle East, and the U.S. He holds a PhD in Sociology.

His peer-reviewed published essays include phenomenological studies of Islamic terrorism, the New Testament, crack cocaine abuse, stratification, and American ideology.

To learn more, come to the Superior Library at 5 pm on Jan. 14. This event is free and open to the public.

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