College of Humanities Perspectives Series to spotlight free speech on college campuses

In the framework of the Fearless Inquiries Project, @uahumanities with @uarizona will be launching a panel discussion centered on the theme “How Free is Speech on Campus, and Does it Matter?

‘The College of Humanities’ inaugural Perspectives Series will explore the topic of free speech on college campuses.

The April 26 event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., will feature speakers from academia, journalism and nonprofit organizations addressing the questions “How Free is Speech on Campus, and Does it Matter?” The event will be moderated by Keith Allred, executive director of the University of Arizona’s National Institute for Civil Discourse.

The event will be livestreamed, with a discussion guide available, said Alain-Philippe Durand, Dorrance Dean of the College of Humanities. The Perspectives Series begins at 3 p.m. Arizona time.

Read the full University of Arizona News article here

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