Our final episode in the series on communities of practice features a conversation between Dr. Lia Howard and Pablo Cerdera, associate director of Restorative Practices at the University of Pennsylvania. Pablo shares about how he and his collea
In our fifth episode of this series on Communities of Practice we talk with Penn First Plus, the university's hub for efforts to make the campus more inclusive of all forms of diversity. Specifically at the intersections of social and economic
In our fourth episode of this series on Communities of Practice, we talk with the Netter Center for Community Partnerships to learn about their work to help Penn “engage in sustained mutually beneficial partnerships with our West Philadelphia c
In the third episode of our series on communities of practice, we hear from the Andrea Mitchell Center about the study of Democracy, research and understanding of deliberative democracy, citizenship, and the constitution for the Penn community
As part of our series on communities of practice, we talk with our colleagues at the Robert A. Fox Leadership Program and the Program on Opinion Research and Election Studies, also known as PORES to hear how we can learn together about our comm
Welcome to our new series on communities of practice where we ask our partner organizations to help us better understand both how they see the Penn Community and to describe the types of practices they use to engage others in their work on camp
For this episode, we turn to the disciplines of fine arts, anthropology, and Africana studies to think about the importance of place and representation in order to build political empathy across cultural differences. Featuring guests, Kenneth L
For this episode, we turn to the disciplines of psychology and urban studies to discuss ways to learn about ourselves and our communities as we think about the deep understanding required for political empathy. Dr. Lia Howard talks with Carolin
We continue The PARK by thinking about deep understanding or empathy around political difference through an interdisciplinary lens. Political empathy asks that we apply empathetic skills to US politics, a realm that has not only been markedly p
In this episode, Dr. Lia Howard interviews Ernesto Pujol, a site-specific performance artist and social choreographer currently based in Puerto Rico, and Carol Muller, Professor of Music at Penn, who has published widely on South African music,
Continuing our series on listening and the importance of listening for constructive dialogue, episode two focuses on what neuroscience and mystical practices teach us about listening. Dr. Lia Howard talks with Dr. Andrew Newberg, Director of Re
The first of a series of conversations about the power of Listening, both a necessary part of civil dialogue as well as a skill that can be activated through many different modalities. The Park is based on the metaphor of a public park, the com
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