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What Does it Mean to Be a Citizen in Contemporary in America? Interactive conversation about what it means to be a citizen of the United States in the 21st Century. This frank and stimulating...
Unlike Any Other Presidential Debate in History: Reflections on the 20th Anniversary of the 1992 Richmond Town Hall Debate, a partnership with the Department of Rhetoric and Communication Studies at...
Sep 26
2018
This public program focused on the textual dynamics and social consequences of rhetoric on discussions and understandings of science. Panelists explored the ways in which rhetoric about science...
Jul 29
2013
How We Teach and What We Learn about the Speech that Changed America, an NCA partnership with the Newseum Institute Watch the video Fifty years have passed since Martin Luther King, Jr., presented...
Oct
20-26
2014
Public Program
Each year, NCA co-sponsors Free Speech Week in support of its credo affirming the value of free expression in a democratic society.
Oct
19-25
2015
Public Program
Each year, NCA co-sponsors Free Speech Week in support of its credo affirming the value of free expression in a democratic society.
Oct
17-23
2016
Public Program
Each year, NCA co-sponsors Free Speech Week in support of its credo affirming the value of free expression in a democratic society.
Sponsored by the Waterhouse Family Institute for the Study of Communication and Society, this program builds on NCA's commitment to civic engagement and issues of social justice. Specifically,...
Sep 14
2017
NCA will host a public program titled “Communication, Culture, and Health” on September 14, 2017. This public program will address the roles of culture and communication in advancing health equity,...
Mar 20
2014
Public Program
Representations of Race and Identity in Contemporary American Culture, a public program of NCA. Richard West's NCA Presidential Initiative Responding to ongoing public discussions about race and...