Cornel West discussed racial elements within Western philosophies last Wednesday, looking back on the work of late philosopher Charles Mills.
Former federal officials with previous experience in nuclear policy debated the reinstatement of an agency dedicated to arms control Tuesday.
The Graduate School of Education and Human Development hosted a three-part workshop series centered on critical race theory Wednesday.
The Elliott School of International Affairs hosted a discussion on how the COVID-19 pandemic defined the current state of international leadership Wednesday.
The Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center hosted a virtual panel Monday, reviewing its findings on gaps in financial literacy across the world.
The Governance Studies program at the Brookings Institution hosted a webinar on encouraging voter registration through the tax system Tuesday.
Professors said public administration officials could find inclusive ways to research and instruct on equity when addressing racial justice.
Puerto Rico Governor Pedro Pierluisi, an alumnus of GW Law, reflected on his political career at the School of Media and Public Affairs Wednesday.
Professors from CCAS and the Elliott School discussed how the program will host monthly discussions on topics about religion and public policy.
Matthew Barzun, a former U.S. ambassador to Sweden and the United Kingdom, discussed the concept of power at the Elliott School Wednesday.