"Democracy and Law in Our Digital Age"
Watch the Foundation's most recent JeffTalk, featuring a candid discussion between privacy expert Danielle Citron and historian William I. Hitchcock about the current challenges around online speech, digital privacy, and cyber civil rights. Citron recently joined U.Va.'s School of Law as the Jefferson Scholars Foundation Schenck Distinguished Professor in Law. Hitchcock is the Corcoran Professor of History at U.Va. and faculty director of GAGE.
2021 Forum for Interdisciplinary Dialogue:
Telecommunications, Infrastructure, Capitalism, and Empire

Tuesday, March 9, 2021
12:00 pm EST
Join the Foundation for the second session of its 2021 Forum for Interdisciplinary Dialogue, a four-part series featuring leading scholars, journalists, public policy experts, communications specialists, and historians. In this session, Dr. Lisa Parks, professor of film and media studies at University of California at Santa Barbara, will lead a discussion with Dr. Dan Schiller, emeritus professor of communications and information sciences at University of Illinois-Champaign, and John Handel, graduate student at U.C. Berkeley.
Why (and How) We Study War and the Military:
Reflections on New Scholarship

Thursday, April 22, 2021
4:00 pm EDT
Join the Foundation and GAGE for a roundtable discussion about the study of war and military history. William Hitchcock, the Corcoran Professor of History at U.Va., will moderate a discussion among three leading scholars in the field: Beth Bailey, director of the Center for Military, War, and Society Studies at the University of Kansas, Caroline Janney, the John L Nau III Professor in History of American Civil War at U.Va., and Andrew Preston, professor of American history and a fellow of Clare College at Cambridge University.
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