Monthly Archives: November 2017

the public supports women’s rights in US foreign policy

Facebook8 Twitter0 Google+0Total: 8We released a new survey today that finds strong support for gender equity as a foreign policy goal. For instance, 85% rated the rights of women and girls as a very high priority. 74% agreed that the … Continue reading

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Tisch Program in Public Humanities

Facebook24 Twitter0 Google+0Total: 24Tisch College has a Program in Public Humanities. As of today, the Program has its own webpage, which I invite you to visit. The webpage introduces the Program’s director,  Diane O’Donoghue. An art historian, Diane first came to Tisch … Continue reading

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Ethan Zuckerman on the #ObamaSummit

Facebook24 Twitter0 Google+0Total: 24I’ve been blogging almost daily since January 2003, and I would normally write reflections on something as interesting as the Obama Summit that took place this week as the kickoff event of the new Obama Foundation. However, … Continue reading

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The truth in Hayek

Facebook9 Twitter0 Google+0Total: 9(Washington, DC) You are reading English; I am writing it. English has elaborate rules and conventions. You can break the rules, but that has consequences beyond your control. Mess up your grammar in a job interview and … Continue reading

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