Stories about Kenner Lecture

Klein, a New York Times opinion columnist and Vox founder, discusses toxic polarization and offers fixes for American politics as he delivers the 2022 Kenner lecture.

The New York Times columnist, podcast host and author will virtually present ‘What We Can Do About Toxic Polarization.’

Ignatius, a novelist and longtime Washington Post columnist, delivers virtual 2021 Kenner Lecture.

Dent ’93G talks with the Bulletin about Washington, the politics of anger and the challenges for centrist problem-solvers

Dent, who served seven terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, delivered the 2020 Kenner Lecture. 

Dent, who appears frequently as a CNN commentator, will present ‘A View from the Trenches: The Politics of Anger and What Challenges Centrist Problem Solvers’ on Tuesday, Feb. 11.

The host of “PBS NewsHour” delivered the 2019 Kenner Lecture for Cultural Understanding.

Woodruff will deliver the 2019 Kenner Lecture on Cultural Understanding on Tuesday, March 19.

The former president of Ireland spoke about the global impact of climate change at the Kenner Lecture for Cultural Understanding. 

The human rights activist will speak about climate justice in the 2018 Kenner Lecture on Cultural Understanding.