Democracy Dialogues

Democracy Dialogues is a series of interdisciplinary dialogues about the challenges facing "Democracy" in the 21st Century. Each live virtual event, occurring the second Thursday of every month, features two William Paterson professors as panelists. Together, they explore how Democracy intersects with other issues such as Culture, Education, Race-Relations, The Media, Inequality, and Poverty.  The Democracy Dialogues initiative seeks to expand the scope of who is involved in dialogues like these by encouraging active audience participation and contributions to each conversation.


 "Conspiracy Theories"

Our second dialogue.

Democracy Dialogues flyer Mar 11 2021 DRAFT 3.5.2021

"News, Information, and the Future of Democracy."

Our first dialogue.

"Is this who we are?"

Our Teach-In, on February 4th, entitled, "Is this who we are?" A Humanities and Social Sciences teach-in surrounding the assault on the nation's Capital.