Incitement is defined as the act of "moving to action or urging on" (Merriam-Webster).
As individuals researching and working during a period of strident anti-intellectual and anti-scientific sentiment, INCITE strives to stimulate conversation among university community members and the broader public surrounding issues requiring the resources and expertise of citizens, academics and activists. This public series invites individuals who envision a way forward and can speak to the opportunities that are both seized and missed in our society today.
For those who believe they have an event or opportunity that aligns with this ongoing series, please contact Sam Lutzker at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The series will resume in the Fall of 2017.
Recent Past Events:
Wednesday, March 1st, 2017
“At the Intersection of Academia and Activism”
John D'Emilio, Terrell Frazier, Mignon Moore, and Mary Marshall Clark
Thursday, April 20, 2017
“Despair is Not A Political Strategy"
Katharine Bodde, Charlotte Gossett Navarro, Yul-San Liem, Jose Schiffino, Pete Sikora