What IF we went beyond disease

What IF we went beyond disease

– Evening everybody. Murderers row. Welcome and thanks for coming. There is no shortage in our land today of people who have views, and are eager for you, or eager to share them with you, about subjects like opioids and addiction. Subjects like vaping and organ transplantation and so forth. There is a shortage of Read more about What IF we went beyond disease[…]

David Blight on the Civil War in American Memory, Part 3

David Blight on the Civil War in American Memory, Part 3

you in my new book about the four American writers and Civil War Centennial it has caused me to think inevitably to think about now the sesquicentennial I mean the reason I did this book on Robert Penn Warren Bruce Catton Edmund Wilson and James Baldwin was in part because I was fascinated by all Read more about David Blight on the Civil War in American Memory, Part 3[…]

Francis Fukuyama and panelists debate alternatives to democracy

Francis Fukuyama and panelists debate alternatives to democracy

GRETCHEN RITTER: I'm GretchenRitter, the Harold Tanner Dean of the Collegeof Arts and Sciences. It is a great pleasure to behere with you this evening to explore the question ofliberal democracy's future with our esteemedalum, Francis Fukuyama. As part of the Collegeof Arts and Sciences' sesquicentennialcelebrations in partnership with the Einaudi Center. As a student Read more about Francis Fukuyama and panelists debate alternatives to democracy[…]

Namwayut: we are all one. Truth and reconciliation in Canada | Canada is ...

Namwayut: we are all one. Truth and reconciliation in Canada | Canada is …

I was six years old when they took me through a residential school I remember the day walking toward that school with my mother and it was a silent walk and I was so afraid twenty or thirty little kids herded into the showers and then their body being painted in white liquid of some Read more about Namwayut: we are all one. Truth and reconciliation in Canada | Canada is …[…]