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Teaching on Poverty and Inequality

Katherine Stanton, McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning.

April 3, 2019 · 12:00 am1:20 pm · 330 Frist

McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning

What narratives about poverty, inequality, and consumption do students bring to our courses? How do we deepen, complicate, or nuance those narratives? How do we address questions of virtue or deservedness in our classrooms? Join us for a moderated conversation among faculty on these questions.

Martha Coven (Woodrow Wilson School)
Kathryn Edin (Woodrow Wilson School)
Elisabeth Donahue (Woodrow Wilson School)
Bernadette Pérez (Society of Fellows)

Moderator: Katherine Stanton (McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning)

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