Gray Kochhar-Lindgren is a professor and director of the Common Core at The University of Hong Kong. With a PhD in interdisciplinary studies, he has taught in the United States, Switzerland, and Germany and served as a Fulbright Scholar, visiting professor at Utrecht University, and associate vice-chancellor for undergraduate learning at the University of Washington Bothell. He is the author of, among others, "Kant in Hong Kong" and "Night Café," and is currently writing on the global university and on the interplay of philosophy and the city.
In our rapidly changing global, digital, and urban contexts, we no longer have the luxury of attending to just one region of knowledge. Asian universities are responding with the reinvention of liberal arts programs.
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