Clashes Over Citizenship: Webinar Series on Promoting Listening, Learning, and Engagement
The US Constitution’s preamble speaks of “We the People”—but who is considered part of that sacred circle, and how has this group varied over time? When national identity is hotly contested, what does it mean to experience citizenship as partial, denied, or fully acknowledged? How can the humanities illuminate differing narratives and open up space for understanding, connections, and shared visions of the future?
The Association of American Colleges and Universities and The Democracy Commitment hosted a series of webinars to expand campus expertise on how to hold constructive conversations about contentious issues and how to institute practices in and out of the classroom that foster engagement across differences.
For more information, please click on the links below:
- Webinar 1: From Fractious Differences to Engaged Dialogues
- Webinar 2: Income Inequality and the Cost of Citizenship
- Webinar 3: I Want My Country Back: Immigration, Race, and Citizenship