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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Deliberative Democracy in Cuba

Independent civil society in Cuba has been excluded from virtually all official governing processes for over 50 years. But with the U.S. lifting travel and commerce restrictions between the two nations and the recent death of Fidel Castro, Cuba is poised for continued political change. Kenya Dworkin, associate professor of Hispanic Studies, is working together with Robert Cavalier, teaching professor of philosophy and director of Carnegie Mellon’s Program for Deliberative Democracy, to help facilitate this change. Save
Wednesday, December 07, 2016

Students Display Paintings and Calligraphy Work at Showcase

This semester, students have been learning about Chinese calligraphy and its ties to Chinese history, culture and philosophy in the course Chinese Calligraphy: Culture and Skills. After studying the art and origins of calligraphy, students put their newly gained knowledge into practice.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Value of Research Instilled From the Start

Whether through research training courses, senior honors theses or showcases like the Dietrich Undergraduate Colloquium, undergraduate students in CMU’s Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences have opportunities to engage in research at every turn.
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