Civil Communities in an Age of Incivility - Mark Burstein Inauguration





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Published on Oct 28, 2013

As public discourse has become more fractious and combative in America and around the world, colleges and universities have found it difficult to create campus communities in which important issues that face society can be discussed from different viewpoints. This panel will consider the rise of incivility in public discourse and the roles colleges and universities could play in response. Terry Moran '82 (moderator), Chief Foreign Correspondent, ABC News Chris Abele '94, Milwaukee County Executive Christopher Eisgruber, President and Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Public Affairs in the Woodrow Wilson School and the University Center for Human Values, Princeton University William Plapinger, Chair of the Board, Vassar College and Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP Claudena Skran, Professor of Government and Edwin and Ruth West Professor of Economics and Social Science, Lawrence University

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