Community and Civil Discourse: Perspectives from the Liberal Arts
A 4-part lecture series to share information and create dialogue about community--how different communities are formed, maintained and perpetuated as well as what impact these communities have on civil, civic discourse.
THURSDAY, MARCH 4 - 7:00 pm
Session 2: Mobs, Mobility, and Mobilization
“Rally, Riot, Revolt or Coup? Insights from Social Movement Research”
Dr. Andrew Buck, Associate Professor of Sociology
“The Confluence of Conspiracies and the Danger to Our Democracy”
Dr. Todd Schroer, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
“From Deer Hunting with Jesus to the Rise of Political Tribalism: The Failure of Political Communication”
Dr. Mary Hallock Morris, Associate Professor of Political Science
"Can Political Violence Ever Be Justified?: A Plea for Consistency"
Dr. Rocco Gennaro, Professor of Philosophy
For more information or should you require disability-related accommodations in order to participate, please contact Dr. Leigh Anne Howard, Chair, Department of Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org
All though zoom by clicking: https://usi.zoom.us/s/91294092725