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Benjamin Franklin Project: Symposium 2012

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The Department of Social Sciences' Benjamin Franklin Project Symposium, "Founding Science and the Making of a Modern Republic," was held on April 26, 2012 in the Hermann Hall Ballroom. The symposium included panel discussions featuring Ralph Lerner (University of Chicago), Stuart Warner (Roosevelt University), David Lieberman (University of California, Berkeley), Jan Golinski (University of New Hampshire), Russell Betts (IIT Lewis College of Human Sciences), and Harold Krent (IIT Chicago-Kent).

Founding Science and the Making of a Modern Republic—Part 1

Founding Science and the Making of a Modern Republic—Part 2

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