The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Knowledge Against Violence Speaker Series provides timely research and analysis for an informed audience from leading violence experts.
Monthly guest speakers are drawn from the Foundation’s network of scholars and practitioners. They will seek to illuminate the causes, manifestations, and responses to violence in areas such as war, crime, terrorism, intimate relationships, climate instability, and political extremism.
The series begins online with a move to an in-person format planned for 2022. The one-hour events are open to the public.
Beth Lew-Williams is a historian of race and migration in the U.S., specializing in Asian American history and Associate Professor of History at Princeton University.Watch Video