Spring Seminar: A House Divided
The United States is a nation divided along countless lines — political, economic, racial, technological, generational, and more. Among many people — but certainly not all — there is confusion, pain, anger, fear, and (all too commonly) despair.
This lecture series explores two dynamics. First, how did America and Americans reach this point? Second, can we plausibly move forward in a constructive manner? The future is uncertain, but it can be shaped by each of us in distinct ways. We must own our national imperfections and commit – together — to the hard work of building a more inclusive, more democratic version of the deeply- flawed, but still inspiring, American experiment in democracy. It can be done, and it must be.
A House Divided: Polarization, Communication, and the Future of America
LECTURE SPEAKER: University of Washington Professor David Domke
DATES: April 2, April 9, April 16, April 23, April 30
TIMES: 7:15 p.m. for all dates (doors open at 6:30 pm)
LOCATION: Kane Hall 120
COST: $150 for series, but free for all students with the display of Student ID
All proceeds will go to support students and projects in the Department of Communication at the University of Washington.