SHORT TALKS ON BIG IDEAS
Episode 6: Professor Sonu Bedi on The Practice of Disagreement
"That's a feature of the American republic, to disagree." Join Professor of Government Sonu Bedi, as he delves into the rich and sometimes contentious history of disagreement and the United States Constitution.
Professor Sonu Bedi
Sonu Bedi earned his Ph.D. in Political Science from Yale University. He joined Dartmouth's faculty in 2007. His academic appointments include the Joel Parker 1811 Professor in Law and Political Science, Professor of Government, and the Hans ’80 and Kate Morris Director of the Ethics Institute. His recent book, Private Racism, explores enlarging the boundary of racial justice by recognizing and addressing private racism.
"Private Racism," Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2019, Sonu Bedi
"Frederick Douglass appealing to President Lincoln and his cabinet to enlist Negroes," William Edouard Scott, at the Recorder of Deeds building, built in 1943. 515 D St., NW, Washington, D.C.