Whether talk turns to Poland, Turkey, or Venezuela, the worldwide crisis of liberal democracy has loomed large in recent conversation. And those conversations consistently reference the name Yascha Mounk. The lecturer on political theory in Harvard University’s Government Department and Carnegie Fellow at New America will visit Indiana University March 28 for the third annual… Read more »
Month: February 2018
Over 120 Hoosiers spent a recent Saturday in Indianapolis plotting the major routes and by-ways of a roadmap leading toward increased world language learning in Indiana.
An international complement of scholars and practitioners discuss the relationship between democracy and media at a conference at the School of Global and International Studies February 15 from 2 to 5:30 pm.
Life within a university campus can be disconnected from life in the community that physically surrounds it. “Here at IU,” suggests School of Global and International Studies master’s student Dana Vanderburgh, “there are philanthropic events where students are raising money for good causes, but they’re not really out in the communities; they’re not engaging.” It’s… Read more »