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Brown Bag Session - Panel on Teaching Citizenship in Challenging Times

341 Eggers Hall

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The Maxwell Citizenship Initiative, Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs present: 

The Brown Bag Sessions

Panel on Teaching Citizenship in Challenging Times

Panelists will talk about how they conceptualize citizenship in their courses, and some of the challenges and advantages they have faced while teaching about citizenship in the contemporary social and political climate. The panel presentation will be followed by a discussion (including everyone in the room) about how to incorporate readings and topics dealing with citizenship, broadly defined, into courses we plan to teach in the future.


Elisabeth D Lasch-Quinn, Professor, History

Azra Hromadžić, Associate Professor, Anthropology O'Hanley Scholar

Gladys McCormick, Associate Professor, History Jay and Debe Moskowitz Endowed Chair

Gretchen Purser, Assistant Professor, Sociology

Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken, Director, The Transnational NGO Initiative

Audie Klotz, Professor, Political Science

Lunch will be provided.

For more information contact Havva Karakas-keles,

For information on accessibility, or to request accommodation, please contact Marc Albert 315-443-9248. Sponsored by the The Maxwell Citizenship Initiative and the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs

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346 Eggers Hall