In an age of big governments, big corporations and big farms, there are increasing calls for citizens to support local food movements, local businesses and smaller government. Join the conversation as UofL political scientist
David Imbroscio moderates a discussion between Thad Williamson (Univeristy of Richmond) and Mark Mitchell (Patrick Henry College) on the search for "humane scale."
Please note: The event will take place in the Bingham Humanities Buildling, room 205 (map).
A sought-after professor and civic activist, Thad Williamson conducts research focused on urban politics and sprawl, community economic development, justice and ethics. He serves on the Mayor’s Anti-Poverty Commission and on the Richmond Regional Economic Development Strategy Committee in Virginia. Additionally, he is involved in several grassroots organizations in the Richmond area.
Mark Mitchell's research interests include modern and contemporary political theory, conservative political thought, political implications of science and technology and political themes in literature. He is the co-founder of Front Porch Republic, a website dedicated to political decentralism, economic localism and cultural regionalism.