Citizenship as Foundation of Rights
Please join us at the Stevenson Center for Richard Sobel as he presents, "Citizenship as Foundation of Rights." Dr. Sobel explores the relationships between citizens and governments as Director of the Cyber Privacy Project and a research associate and consultant to the Houston Institute at Harvard Law School. Previously, he was a Fellow at the Berkman Center on the Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, at the Shorenstein Center on Press, Politics and Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government, in the Medical Ethics Program at Harvard Medical School, and Visiting Professor and Visiting Scholar at Northwestern.
In teaching and researching at Princeton, Smith College, the University of Connecticut, Harvard and Northwestern, Dr. Sobel's courses include public policy analysis, the Supreme Court and Privacy, the social consequences of technology, social movements and public opinion in foreign policy.
The Center through Unabridged Books will sell and Dr. Sobel will be available to sign copies of his recent book Citizenship as Foundation of Rights: Meaning for America which has received the 2017 George Orwell Award for contributions to public discussion.