With sovereign debt soaring, the issues of "how much debt is too much debt" and "what to do about it'' are likely to move once again from the technocratic realm of "quiet politics" into the electoral realm of "loud politics." This study extends ou
Dorothy Roberts will share her new book Torn Apart and her belief that the only way to stop the destruction caused by family policing is to abolish the child welfare system and liberate Black communities. April, 2022.
Pulitzer Prize winning historian, journalist and commentator Anne Applebaum delivers the keynote lecture of the spring 2022 Democracy in Crisis series, in conversation with Dean Michael S. Barr. April, 2022.
Join Sarah Kenzior, author of Hiding in Plain Sight: The Invention of Donald Trump and the Erosion of America, in conversation with Jonathan Hanson, political scientist and lecturer in statistics at the Ford School. March, 2022.
In the latest US News & World Report rankings, the Ford School is once again ranked #1 in social policy and as a top public policy school overall, which recognize our community's excellence and commitment to the public good.
The 16/50 Project hosts an interactive panel experience to meet the force of women leading communities in Michigan, engage with local government challenges, and learn more about the municipal management profession. March, 2022.
Join us for Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author Barton Gellman in conversation with Michigan Law Professor from Practice Barbara McQuade, as part of the spring 2022 Democracy in Crisis series. March, 2022.
Please join us for the final event in an inaugural series convened by the Center for Racial Justice - a conversation with two leading human rights advocates, Gay McDougall and Jamil Dakwar. March, 2022.
American Bar Association President and Michigan alumnus Reginald M. Turner will share more on his leadership at the ABA and his work on some of its most pressing issues like access to legal services and judicial reform. March, 2022.
In this presentation, Professor Pierce will discuss how direct-to-consumer telemental health platforms create “gig” work arrangements for therapists working as independent contractors rather than full-time employees. March, 2022.
Please join Robert Fatton and Millery Polyneé for a conversation on how race and racism have affected international governance interventions, including international policing and development initiatives. March, 2022.