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Please join us for our conversation on effective citizenship in times of crisis.
The event will be led by Dr. Christopher Nichols, the Director of the OSU Center for the Humanities, and a specialist in the history of the United States and its relationship to rest of the world.
Nichols will share a brief assessment of current trends, and past patterns related to the practice of “citizenship,” including exploration of political engagement, disinformation and distrust of institutions and the media.
Afterwards, we’ll share a conversation to distill what can make us feel defeated, and what can carry us beyond that. The goal is for us to have a lively discussion and leave with some plans of action. Guests will have an opportunity to share their concerns about today’s social challenges, hopefully culminating the conversation in search of new perspectives and paths forward individually and collectively.
Click below to register or call SAGE at 971-717-6570.
There is no cost to attend this event. Complimentary dinner provided.
Space is limited, so register today. Thank you for your interest in this special event!Click Here to Register
Biography Dr. Chris Nichols
Dr. Nichols is an Associate Professor at Oregon State University’s College of Liberal Arts where he is the Director of the Oregon State University Center for the Humanities, specializing in the history of the United States and its relationship to the rest of the world, and American politics. Nichols has authored a number of books, is a frequent public commentator on politics and foreign policy, and founded and leads OSU’s Citizenship and Crisis Initiative. Learn more about Nichols’ work at: https://christophermcknightnichols.wordpress.com.