AmCon 211 Fear and Hope
Hope, grounded in America as a land of opportunity, and fear, grounded in cataclysms, shape everyday life and the United States’ role in the world. Fears underlie conflicts between groups; hope animates social movements and energizes human rights initiatives. This course prepares students to be engaged citizens on campus and beyond. A culminating Civic Engagement experience draws from previous American Conversation assignments. Students will help design part of the course, shaping- future conversations of hope and fear.
(ALS-A, HBS and WRI awarded at the completion of AmCon 211.)