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Faculty Reading Groups

In its inaugural year, the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership started its reading group for faculty within the School and interested faculty within other departments at ASU. The group fosters intellectual engagement with important works of political thought in a collegial environment. During its first semester, the group discussed the speeches of Abraham Lincoln, who exemplifies the School's commitment to civic thought and leadership, and will continue to do so throughout the spring of 2018. Faculty from the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, the School of Politics and Global Studies, and the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies have participated in the group thus far. All interested faculty are welcome to participate. 

If you would like information about the group's next meeting or plan to attend, please contact SCETL professor Zack German (zgerman@asu.edu). 

Schedule: Every other Wednesday, 11:30-12:30, in Social Sciences 109. 
Current Reading: The speeches of Abraham Lincoln (see this link for online access to Lincoln's speeches and writings)