The University of Richmond School of Arts and Sciences is hosting two teach-in sessions this week following the recent attacks in Paris and other areas around the world.

“Terrorist attacks shock human conscience and raise unsettling questions,” said Vincent Wang, associate dean in the School of Arts and Sciences and event organizer. “The University of Richmond is a global institution, and the goal of these sessions is to help the university community make sense of and cope with these events.”

“Bombings in Paris, Beirut, and Ankara: A Teach-In with UR Faculty, Staff, and Students,” will be held on Nov. 19 and 20 from 12-1 p.m. in Weinstein Hall, Brown-Alley Room (third floor).

A teach-in provides an opportunity for an educational forum and a safe place for discussion on complicated issues.

During the two sessions, faculty, staff, and students with expertise and personal experience will share their brief remarks to lead off an informal dialogue among all who are interested in participating.

For more details, visit the University of Richmond events calendar.

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