What Universities Owe Democracy
A book conversation with author Ronald J. Daniels, president of Johns Hopkins University
In Ronald J. Daniels' recent book, What Universities Owe Democracy, written with Grant Shreve and Philip Spector, the Johns Hopkins University president argues that U.S. higher education has a critical role to play at this moment, when liberal democracy is endangered around the world. Daniels was in conversation with Carol Quillen, president of Davidson College on Feb. 23, 2022. This event is part of the online book conversation series, Academic Innovation for the Public Good. Click below to view a recording of the interview.
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