#ICYMI: All of this week’s classes on the presidency and the executive branch are now available on YouTube! Find introductory and advanced classes and a conversation with @unc_law's @MichaelGerhard8!
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It’s quite possible that many Americans have seen the art work of Gilbert Stuart more than any other painter. But what do you really know about the founding-era artist?
In honor of Stuart’s birthday #OnThisDay in 1755, we look back on his legacy: ow.ly/peT250GYCpb
How have poets and poetry influenced the Constitution and America’s core democratic principles?
#AmericasTownHall on Dec. 8 at 12 p.m. answers just that question. Register for a discussion with literature professors and political scientists: ow.ly/MuUv50GYGU1
Did you know? The Constitution grants far fewer explicit powers to the president in Article II than it does to the Congress in Article I.
Join @unc_law’s @MichaelGerhard8 tomorrow at 1 p.m. ET to learn more about the executive branch!
Sir Winston Churchill was born #OnThisDay in 1874. Constitution Daily looks back at what the British leader and author had to say about the American Constitution, which was quite a lot.
Chief Learning Officer @ksautner explores how museums sought to address the digital divide that was made deeper by the pandemic.
Read more in @AAMers to learn how museums can better connect with the communities they serve: ow.ly/4NHo50GYkpk
What is the job of the president? In this week’s classes, students learn how the founding generation came up with the idea of a president and how the presidency has evolved over time.
Register for classes on Dec. 1 at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. ET: ow.ly/2WUY50GYl1G