PPE Seminar, Jeffrey Howard, “The Deep Morality of Free Speech” Lecturer in Political Theory, University College London
Named for the Roman god with two faces, Janus Conversations bring together two speakers with different perspective on some political, economic and/or historical question, for our second Janus this semester we are asking Is Humanity Progressing?
Please join us for a Odyssey Lecture with Heather Ann Thompson, 2017 Pulitzer Prize winning author of Blood in the Water sponsored by the Political Theory Project. Professor Thompson will be discussing her book, its impact and the lessons that Attica holds for us today.
PPE Seminar Does Emigration Inhibit Reform? Evidence from the Mexican Agrarian Movement, Emily Sellars, Yale University
Volha Charnysh, Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology will be presenting her paper “Diversity, Institutions, and Economic Outcomes: Post-WWII Displacement in Poland.”
If you would like to attend our PPE seminar, RSVP to Alytheia Laughlin at [email protected].
Jennifer Murtazashvili, Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh will be presenting her paper, Red Tape: How Centralized Bureaucratic Legacies Undermine Liberal State Building.
If you would like to attend our PPE Seminar, RSVP to Alytheia Laughlin at [email protected].
All students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend the 255th Opening Convocation to celebrate the start of the academic year and welcome new students to Brown. President Christina Paxson will officially open the school year. Provost and Schreiber Family Professor of Political Science and International and Public Affairs, Richard M. Locke, will deliver the keynote address. The Convocation procession of incoming students will form on College Street beginning at 3:40 PM and the ceremony will begin at 4 PM on the Main Green.