Throughout the academic year, the Center for the Study of American Democracy sponsors lectures, panel discussions and other events online and on campus. Events frequently involve visiting scholars, politicians and journalists who give public presentations and also meet informally with students and faculty members.
CSAD also hosts a biennial conference.
Is the American Experiment Still Viable?
Kenyon grads working in politics, journalism, education and foreign service came together to explore a central question, "Is the American Experiment Still Viable?"
Past Events (2019-2020)
- Jan. 14, 2021: Hill to Hill: A Non-Peaceful Transition
- Nov. 10, 2020: Hill to Hill: America Voted. What's Next?
- Oct. 27, 2020: Hill to Hill: Information, Misinformation, Disinformation
- Oct. 20, 2020: Hill to Hill: America in the World
- Oct. 13, 2020: Hill to Hill: Law, Order, Justice and Democracy
- Oct. 6, 2020: Hill to Hill: Race, Identity, and Contesting the "Real" America
- Sept. 29, 2020: Hill to Hill: Left, Right, and Center
- Sept. 23, 2020: Constitution Day Speaker Jack Balkin
- Nov. 20, 2019: Treason, Bribery, or High Crimes and Misdemeanors? (faculty panel)
- Oct. 31, 2019: Comparing Impeachment Regimes with John Ohnesorge
- Oct. 2, 2019: Congress, the President, and Impeachment - oh my! (faculty panel)
- Sept. 17, 2019: My Constitution (civic dialogue)
- Sept. 17, 2019: Constitution Day Rap
- Sept. 13, 2019: Decades of progress, but decades to go? (faculty panel)
- Sept. 12, 2019: Democratic Debate Watch Party