Nadine Strossen, John Marshall Harlan II Professor of Law at New York Law School, presents on her book HATE: Why We Should Resist It With Free Speech, Not Censorship — 2019’s Common Reading book.
Nicole Garnett, John P. Murphy Foundation Professor of Law, University of Notre Dame, will lecture on “Educational Pluralism and the Future of Faith Based Schools”— co-sponsored by the Carver Project and the Washington University Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement & Institutional Diversity.
Constitution Day: 2018-19 Supreme Court Review is presented by Lee Epstein, Adam Liptak, and Greg Magarian. Lee Epstein is the Ethan A.H. Shepley Distinguished University Professor at Washington University in St. Louis. Her research and teaching interests center on law and legal institutions, especially the behavior of judges. Professor Epstein is a Fellow of the American […]
We say the words “diversity,” “equity” and “inclusion,” but what do we mean? How are the terms different? Where do they overlap? Most importantly, what do they mean to our daily experiences here at Washington University and how will we know we’re living the words—and actions—as a community?
“Overcoming Political Tribalism and Recovering Our American Democracy” is a public conversation between Amy Chua and John Danforth.
Dan Tokaji, Associate Dean for Faculty and Charles W. Ebersold and Florence Whitcomb Ebersold Professor of Constitutional Law, Ohio State University, speaks on “Voting Rights, Gerrymandering, and the Uncertain Future of Democracy.”
150 Years of Women At WashULaw Women Faculty Speakers Series starts off with Professor and Vice Provost Adrienne Davis.
The second installment of 150 Years of Women At WashULaw Women Faculty Speakers Series features Professor Taren Tokarz.
Sabine Eckmann, William T. Kemper Director and Chief Curator, will host a conversation on the artist’s wide-ranging practice, including his concern for human rights and the global condition of humanity and his profound engagement with Chinese culture past and present, especially the radical shifts that have characterized China in the new millennium.
Featuring George J. Sanchez, Professor of American Studies & Ethnicity and History, and Director of the Center for Democracy and Diversity, University of Southern California
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