Martha C. Nussbaum will use Berggruen Prize Winnings to Fund Discussions on Polarizing Issues.

“Because polarization affects class selection, it is difficult to address the problem even in a class designed to do just that. But a noontime roundtable represents a small investment of time, and can entice students with divergent viewpoints to come together in the presence of two contrasting faculty members to confront a political or social issue.”

The roundtables will be known as the “Martha C. Nussbaum Student Roundtables.”
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