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Door County Talks: Civility and the Public Sphere
January 26, 2019 @ 10:00 am
Presented in partnership with The Door County Civility Project
In 2019, DCA is teaming up with The Door County Civility Project to present Door County Talks, a series of five free lectures presented in the cozy Fireside Lobby. This year, the series is themed around promoting civility, strengthening community, and encouraging empathy. Kick Ash Coffee will be on hand with coffee and bakery available for purchase. All Door County Talks include a short break, a post-talk Q&A with the speaker, and a chance to meet and reconnect with the year-round Door County friends and neighbors.
Featured Lecturer: Professor Alison Staudinger
Tickets: Free Event, Free-will Donations Accepted
Date: Saturday, January 26, 2019 | Time: 10 a.m.
Come explore both the promise and the perils of deliberation and discourse for civic renewal. Based on a course she offered on the same theme, Staudinger’s active-learning workshop and presentation will lay out some of the core mechanisms through which “talking” has been turned into political action or used to build community, (for example: deliberative dialogues, participatory budgeting, citizen juries, consciousness-raising circles) with reference to theorists of the “public sphere.” Along with these examples, the talk will feature both practical tips for talking politics across difference, and critiques of the possibility of such a discussion. For example, we’ll practice deep listening—but also ask whether civility can itself be weaponized to exclude certain viewpoints from a conversation.