Answered By: Daniel Becker Last Updated: Jun 10, 2019 Views: 12
HKS resources focusing on issues of civility and civil discourse:
- "Conversations in Diplomacy" with Carol Giacomo of the New York Times (March 28, 2018 audio recording)
Institute of Politics (IOP):
IOP Fellows Unpack Politics: Congress, the Candidates & Catalyzing Civil Discourse (September 6, 2018 video recording)
Fixing Politics in an Era of Partisanship and Distrust: IOP Fellows Unplugged (February 2, 2018 video recording)
2018 National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement (February 2-4, 2018)
Harvard symposium aims to restore civil discourse on campus (Washington Examiner, February 5, 2018)
HKS Dean's Discussions
- Crisis of conscience (November 28, 2018)
- Tensions in cyberspace (October 29, 2018)
- Civil Discourse at HKS (September 24, 2018)
- Four news startups trying to improve civic discourse (June 27, 2018 article cites Professor Robert Putnam)
- Michael Sandel, Harvard University Professor of Political Philosophy, gave this TED Talk: The Lost Art of Democratic Debate. Also see the playlist this video is a part of: How to Turn Political Conversation Around.
- Harvard University's Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning has Online Resources for Inclusive Teaching.
- The National Institute for Civil Discourse is a a non-partisan organization based at the University of Arizona that promotes healthy and civil political debate.
- Argumentation: The art of civil advocacy (Harvard login)