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ASU SCETL Dec 14
Check out our Founding Director Paul Carrese's book review of Leslie Rubin's "America, Aristotle, and the Politics of a Middle Class."
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ASU SCETL Dec 13
"Leslie Rubin’s brilliant study argues that the fault, dear America, lies not in our stars but in ourselves–" Paul Carrese, Founding Director, reviews Leslie Rubin's "America, Aristotle, and the Politics of a Middle Class."
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ASU SCETL Dec 10
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ASU SCETL Dec 7
CEL 394 Race and the American Story brings the discussion of race in America into the classroom, culminating with a student symposium at . Learn about the course's origin at Course:
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ASU SCETL Dec 7
"The Speech Wars" is a year-long reporting project that explores questions of American free expression and public discourse brought to you by . Follow and check out the project.
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ASU SCETL Dec 7
Clashing meanings of "Free Speech?" Teresa Bejan weighs in: What do you think? Teresa M. Bejan is Associate Professor of Political Theory at Oxford and panelist at our upcoming Spring Conference.
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ASU SCETL Dec 5
Danielle Allen, political theorist and upcoming Lecture Series speaker, takes a look in at the role of ancient literature in contemporary contexts in an op-ed for : Allen's event:
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ASU SCETL Dec 5
Still trying to find that perfect course for next semester? Check out our course lineup at and hear Professor Seagrave's at his course, Race and the American Story:
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ASU SCETL Dec 4
Former student Shay Khatiri is doing some great work, including raising $1.2 million dollars for the Pittsburgh synagogue that was a victim of a tragic shooting back in October. Check out the story at
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ASU SCETL Dec 3
Is the United States a liberal society? 🤔 CEL 394: Left and Right Around the World, tackles this question and others. Dr. Moench gives us a into the course: Check out our full lineup at
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"George H. W. Bush will be remembered as a decent leader in a period of transition to an unhealthy, angry time," writes the former presidential candidate Gary Hart.
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ASU SCETL Dec 3
What's the big idea? Our Spring 2019 offering, Great Ideas of Politics and Ethics (HU), takes a look. Professor Shelley gives us a sneak peek at the upcoming course: Check out our entire course lineup at
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ASU SCETL Dec 1
📢❓Passionate about and ? Meet up with some likeminded individuals! The Arizona Summit on Civic Engagement and Volunteerism takes place nest week on Dec 5-6. Check out the details at
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ASU SCETL Nov 30
📢❓Interested in civic engagement and volunteering? The Arizona Summit on Civic Engagement and Volunteerism takes place on Dec 5-6. And get this, its on ASU's West campus! Check out the details at
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ASU SCETL Nov 30
🎥 Join us for our Spring kick-off movie night featuring Stanley Kubrick's classic "Dr. Strangelove" on Jan 10 from 6-8pm in the . FREE pizza 🍕 and fun for all! RSVP at
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ASU SCETL Nov 29
"Gentlemen! You can't fight in here! This is the War Room!" 🍿Join SCETL for our Spring kickoff movie night on Jan 10 from 6-8pm in the MU, featuring Stanley Kubrick's classic "Dr. Strangelove"🍿 RSVP at
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ASU SCETL Nov 29
📚🎵‼️ A discussion based class with a music playlist assignment? 📚🎵‼️ Yes, please! Learn more about our spring 2019 offering, Race and the American Story at Hear Professor Seagrave's sneek peek at
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ASU SCETL Nov 29
📢 Professor S. Adam Seagrave gives us a sneak peak about his upcoming Spring course, Race and the American Story. Take it away, Professor!
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ASU SCETL Nov 29
📚✅ Time flies, and are just around the corner. 📚✅ Check out SCETL's Spring 2019 lineup, including Race and the American Story, Politics and Literature (Shakespeare anyone?), and more!
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ASU SCETL Nov 28
Presenting the first course to be offered in our MA in development, taught by distinguished visiting scholar of political theory, Dr. Catherine Zuckert! Explore lessons from history's literary leaders. Get the details at
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