Fall Conference 2016Looking at Leadership through the Humanities
Click on the images or links below to see the sessions we recorded at the Fall Conference 2016, “Looking at Leadership Through the Humanities.”
Video: With Mark A. Stoler. Marshall was the architect of both the Allied World War II victory and key U.S. Cold War policies, most notably the European Recovery Program, known as “the Marshall Plan,” for which he received the Nobel Peace Prize.
Video: Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Taylor Branch explored how the citizens’ movement around Dr. King is a patriotic model for the future, not the past, promising once again to overcome gridlock and other intractable barriers along with race.
Video: With David Scott Kastan. By actually reading Shakespeare, rather than merely cherry-picking phrases, we discover that leadership turns out to be something rare, necessary, often painful, and almost inevitably compromised and compromising.