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How to Disagree: The Virtues and Limits of Intellectual Charity

April 18, 2022

7:30pm ET / 6:30pm CT

Veritas Virtual Platform Livestream

We are perhaps more aware than ever before of the divisions in our society that keep us from charitable intellectual exchange. Must we throw up our hands in despair, or can we learn to engage--and, if necessary, disengage--with those with whom we disagree? Join us in conversation with Dean Diana Hess, UW-Madison School of Education (author of Controversy in the Classroom: The Democratic Power of Discussion), Steven Harris, Sr. Director for Academic Programs at the Center for Faith and Justice at Georgetown, and Randall Kennedy, Harvard Law School professor (author of Race, Crime, and the Law).

SPEAKERS:

MODERATOR:

Steven Harris

Senior Director of Academic Programs, Center on Faith & Justice

Georgetown University

BIO

MODERATOR:

Diana Hess

Dean, School of Education

University of Wisconsin - Madison

BIO

MODERATOR:

Randall Kennedy

Michael R. Klein Professor of Law

Harvard Law School

BIO

MODERATOR:

Nathan Otey

Fellow in Philosophy; Lead Instructor and COO for ThinkerAnalytix

Harvard University

BIO

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