Appearances

Building Diverse and Inclusive Communities in a Virtual World: An Interactive Workshop for Faculty and Student-facing Staff

Free Speech Center webinar,

September 24, 2020

Virtual Introductions for Incoming Students

Free Speech Center webinar,

May 21, 2020

Academic Freedom, Free Expression, and Civil Discourse

Scholars at Risk panel presentation,

March 26, 2020

Marshals Museum kicks off lecture series

A. Drew Smith for the Southwest Times Record

March 6, 2020

Truth as a Fundamental Part of Discourse

KUAF Radio

February 28, 2020

"Civil discourse sounds like it may be hard to achieve in America today as we speak and talk to one another: until Lara Schwartz challenges you to approach your fellow humans with “All Due Respect: Productive Discourse in Challenging Times”.  The United States Marshals Museum and attendees to our Talks on Tap Speaker Series were delighted, intrigued and moved by Professor Schwartz. Schwartz is at once a scholar and prolific humorist while educating the populace on civil discourse. The Museum is looking forward to having her return!"  

- Leslie Higgins, Director of Education, United States Marshals Museum

A turkey on the table and an elephant in the room

Caitlin Gibson, Travis DeShong, and Abby Ohlheiser for The Washington Post

November 27, 2019

Episode 10: Talking Free Speech on Campus

dotEDU podcast episode, American Council on Education

November 25, 2019

Episode 111: A Call for Civil Discourse in the Classroom 

Leading Equity podcast episode,

October 28, 2019

“Lara Schwartz is a dynamic speaker who works hard to tailor presentations to a particular audience and setting. We collaborated in mid-2018. She developed and delivered a substantive, informative, and interactive two-hour presentation to a diverse group of LGBTQ activists from across the globe. In addition to providing facts and figures, she facilitated lively conversations that kept participants engaged–and laughing! Through her attentiveness to detail, Lara manages to stimulate critical thinking while encouraging hope for a better tomorrow.”

- Meghan Simpson, Senior Program Officer, International Visitor Leadership Program

Episode 65: Lara Schwartz, False Equivalence

Half Hour of Heterodoxy podcast episode,

September 1, 2019

Successes, Strains, and Stories to Inspire

Heterodox Academy 2019 Conference plenary panel

June 21, 2019

Hate Comes to Campus

Global Education Forum panel presentation,

March 28, 2019

Executive Order On Campus Speech Leaves Questions On Parameters, Enforcement

Wisconsin Public Radio, 

March 25, 2019

Belonging, Civility, Ugh: What Happens When Commonly Held Ideals Backfire

The Kojo Nnamdi Show

November 20, 2018

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