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Upending American Politics: Theda Skocpol and Caroline Tervo - Library of Congress

October 30, 2020

Upending American Politics: Theda Skocpol and Caroline Tervo

Theda Skocpol and Caroline Tervo discuss their 2020 book "Upending American Politics" with Kluge Center Program Specialists Dan Turello and Janna Deitz. In the book, Skocpol and Tervo examine the actions of the Tea Party movement as well as the more recent progressive resistance movement, in addition to elite advocacy organizations, wealthy donors and the Democratic and...

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CNN video: Professor Michael Sandel discusses his theory that credentialism is the last acceptable form of prejudice in today's society

September 28, 2020
Harvard professor Michael Sandel discusses his theory that credentialism is the last acceptable form of prejudice in today's society, and how that relates to President Trump's political rise.
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Danielle Allen Awarded the Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity by the Library of Congress

September 18, 2020

Library of Congress to Award Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity to Danielle Allen

Allen, who is Director of Harvard's Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, will Work with the Library to Share Expertise on Justice, Citizenship and Democracy with a Wide Audience

 

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Congratulations to Horacio Larreguy, Jeremy Bowles, and Gary King winners from the Harvard Data Science Initiative through the Research Fund for Trust in Science

July 16, 2020
Congratulations to Horacio Larreguy and Jeremy Bowles whose project Countering COVID-19 Misinformation Via WhatsApp in Zimbabwe (together with Kevin Croke, John Marshall and Shelly Liu), as well as Gary King’s Ensuring privacy in COVID-19 epidemiological mobility data sets (together with Salil Vadhan, Satchit Balsari, Caroline Buckee and Merce Crosas) were among the four winners who got funded by the Harvard Data Science Initiative through the Research Fund for Trust in Science. You can learn more about the project on the website.