Carnegie Scholar Discusses Torture and Democracy
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Reed College professor of Political Science, Darius Rejali, a 2003 Carnegie Scholar and one of the world's leading experts on torture, explores how his knowledge might deepen public discourse about practices in U.S. military prisons in recent years. Rejali’s interview appears on American Public Media’s program Speaking of Faith.
Listen to the podcast of Darius Rejali on Speaking of Faith. The Carnegie Scholars program allows independent-minded thinkers to pursue original projects oriented toward catalyzing intellectual discourse as well as guiding more focused and pragmatic policy discussions. Scholars are selected each year not only for their originality and proven intellectual capacity, but for their demonstrated ability to communicate their ideas in ways that can catalyze public discourse.