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Amor Mundi: September 18th, 2016

How To Kill Innocent PeopleTalking about his recent book Black Earth, Timothy Snyder lays out what he does and does not owe to Hannah Arendt. “The entire book owes a lot to Hannah Arendt. Everyone who works on these subjects engages with Arendt in a way or another. I do it by taking her ideas…Read more Amor Mundi: September 18th, 2016

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Posted on 18 September 2016 | 9:31 am

Can We Have Some Privacy?

We share a link to a broadcast by Deutschlandfunk Radio that provides some coverage of "Can We Have Some Privacy?," a conference we sponsored last week.

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Posted on 12 May 2015 | 10:00 am

The Courage to Be: Uday Mehta

Zelda May Bas, a student fellow with the Hannah Arendt Center, recounts our second "Courage to Be" dinner, during which Uday Mehta spoke on Gandhi.

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Posted on 23 April 2015 | 10:00 am

Amor Mundi 3/29/15

In this week's Amor Mundi, we reflect on how poverty has changed, explore the stories of some of the leaders of the Civil Rights movement, and much more!

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Posted on 30 March 2015 | 10:00 am

Hannah Arendt and The Narratable Self

Laurie Naranch discusses how the Italian philosopher Adriana Cavarero uses Arendt to argue for a narratable self in defense of individual uniqueness.

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Posted on 23 March 2015 | 10:00 am