10 Questions: Centennial Edition — What is CITIZENSHIP?





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Published on Dec 5, 2019

Leisy Abrego, immigration rights movement scholar; Hiroshi Motomura, scholar and teacher of immigration and citizenship law; Marike Splint, theater artist and educator, explore the question, "What is Citizenship?"

Both an upper division undergraduate course and a series of public conversations open to the broader community, "10 Questions: Centennial Edition” provides a platform for vibrant conversations that engage multiple disciplinary viewpoints.

Community members have a special opportunity to experience the conversations that drive innovation at the university, as leading faculty, distinguished alumni, and experts from across the university join choreographer and Associate Dean, Academic Affairs Victoria Marks to explore one question each week.

These interdisciplinary conversations are a catalyst for dialogue and exchange, seeding a greater understanding of the profoundly interdisciplinary nature of knowledge production in the 21st century.


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