Continuing the Conversation

Post-Lecture Community Conversation - Climate Change: Prioritizing Our Global and Local Response
Deeper Dive into Ocean Conservancy with Chief Scientist George Leonard
Post-Lecture Community Conversation - Climate Change: Prioritizing Our Global and Local Response
PBS American Portrait Virtual Porch Event
Post-Lecture Community Conversation. Moderated by Kimberly Hamlin, associate prof, history and American studies, Miami University of Ohio
Post-Lecture Community Conversation. Moderated by Kimberly Hamlin, associate prof, history and American studies, Miami University of Ohio
Post-Lecture Community Conversation. Moderated by Howard Teibel
Post-Lecture Community Conversation. Moderated by Howard Teibel
Lincoln Applied Ethics Lecture. "Information Technology and the Fall of the American Republic" Presented by Braden Allenby
"Belonging and Placemaking for Equitable Communities of the Future." Panel discussion presented by ERIE Insurance.
Book Discussion and Q-and-A with Michael Sandel. The Tyranny of Merit: What's Become of the Common Good?
“China Rising: The Long Sunset of the Enlightenment Political Project.” Brad Allenby, Lincoln Professor of Engineering and Ethics, and President's Professor of Engineering, Arizona State University.
Post-lecture Discussion with Karthik Vishwanath
Post-lecture Discussion with Karthik Vishwanath
"The Death of Truth: Towards Tribal Reality." Special Lecture and Discussion with Brad Allenby, Lincoln Professor of Engineering and Ethics, and President's Professor of Engineering, at Arizona State University.
Post-lecture Discussion: Understanding Conspiracy Theory with Timothy Melley, professor of English and Geoffrion Family Director of the Humanities Center at Miami University
Post-lecture Discussion: QAnon and the “Post-Truth” Public Sphere with Timothy Melley, professor of English and Geoffrion Family Director of the Humanities Center at Miami University
Post-lecture Discussion with Andrew Offenburger, associate professor history, Miami University of Ohio
Post-lecture Discussion with Andrew Offenburger, associate professor history, Miami University of Ohio