Scholars, journalists, authors and practitioners highlighted another year of historically-informed and civic-minded conversations at the Lepage Center in 2019.
Amid concerns that democracy may be in danger in the U.S. and around the world, the Lepage Center hosted four conversations on democracy's origins, its applications, where it has delivered on its promises, and where it has fallen short.
Events, conversations, and podcast series from the Lepage Center.
Conversations on issues of societal significance framed from a historical perspective.
Guides to democracy and historical literacy, based on historical scholarship and delivered in accessible formats.
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