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Democracy and Capitalism – Seeing Beyond the Veil: Race-ing Key Concepts in Political Theory
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Democracy and Capitalism – Seeing Beyond the Veil: Race-ing Key Concepts in Political Theory

BONNIE: And it’s a great honor to be here on this panel with these two great academics. Michael Dawson from the University of Chicago, whose first two books behind the mule race and class in African-American politics and black visions,

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A Note from the Margin: The Unsafe Spaces of Democracy
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A Note from the Margin: The Unsafe Spaces of Democracy

Good afternoon, everyone, and thank you all for being here. And thank you for coming to the first of our series of reaffirming university values– Campus Dialogue and Discourse. My name is Richard Locke. I’m a professor here in political

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Glenn Weyl Book Lecture: Radical Markets Uprooting Capitalism and Democracy for a Just Society
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Glenn Weyl Book Lecture: Radical Markets Uprooting Capitalism and Democracy for a Just Society

DAN D’AMICO: Hello. Welcome. Thank you all for braving the weather. My name Dan D’Amico. I’m the associate director of the Political Theory Project. We’re the hosts for this evening. We’re joined by Professor Glen Weyl. He is a principal

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Reaffirming University Values: “After Identity Liberalism” with Mark Lilla and faculty discussants
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Reaffirming University Values: “After Identity Liberalism” with Mark Lilla and faculty discussants

CHRIS PAXSON: Good afternoon, everybody. It’s good to see I’m Chris Paxson. I’m President of Brown. And I’d like to welcome everybody to the second event of this year in our Re-affirming University Values series that Provost Rick Locke and

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Cornel West, Cogut Institute for the Humanities, Politics in the Humanities talk at Brown University
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Cornel West, Cogut Institute for the Humanities, Politics in the Humanities talk at Brown University

BONNIE HONIG: Hi, I am Bonnie Honig. And I run a little series supported, by the Cogut Institute for the Humanities, called Politics in the Humanities, or PITH. We host two speakers a year, who work at the intersection of

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Liberalism – Seeing Beyond the Veil: Race-ing Key Concepts in Political Theory
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Liberalism – Seeing Beyond the Veil: Race-ing Key Concepts in Political Theory

JULIET HOOKER: I’m Juliet Hooker. I’m a professor in the Department of Political Science, and it’s my pleasure to welcome you to Seeing Beyond the Veil– Race-ing Key Concepts in Political Theory, which is an effort of many people on

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Black Feminism, Popular Culture, and Respectability Politics
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Black Feminism, Popular Culture, and Respectability Politics

this is a great turnout so nice to see you all welcome to our annual Sherman lecture in gender and sexuality studies this annual lecture was named for Elizabeth man miss Sherman class of 77 and brown parent for her

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