"Hate: Testing the Boundaries of Free Speech"

Nicholas B. Dirks ’72, Vice President for Arts and Sciences and the Franz Boas Professor of Anthropology and Professor of History at Columbia University (this guy must not get any sleep) will address the collision between the tenets of free speech and hateful expressions by reflecting on Columbia’s recent visit from Iran’s President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Eat dinner for free. RSVP with your class year to lbonaldi@wes. It may be too late, since they are looking for a final count by the end of the day on Monday, but what the hell, it’s worth a shot if you’re interested!

Date: Tuesday, April 22
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Location: Daniel Family Commons

2 thoughts on “"Hate: Testing the Boundaries of Free Speech"

  1. Anonymous

    shit i just read… about 5 different books and articles by that guy for a paper on colonialism in india.had NO idea he was an alum. too bad i’m abroad.

  2. Anonymous

    shit i just read… about 5 different books and articles by that guy for a paper on colonialism in india.
    had NO idea he was an alum. too bad i’m abroad.

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