The College of Arts and Sciences enriches the educational experience of students throughout the University of South Carolina through the documents that shaped American Heritage. Seven courses have been redesigned to meet the undergraduate requirement for courses on America’s founding documents and works about African Americans’ struggles for freedom. See those courses here.
Beyond the classroom, activities will include public lectures, exhibitions, discussion panels and other cocurricular activities about the United States’ constitutional heritage documents. Many events are open to the campus and the community.
Events will be held several times this year to explore the founding documents.
American Democracy in Peril
A lecture by J. Michael Luttig, a retired federal judge and witness to the January 6 committee.
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: Karen J. Williams courtroom, USC School of Law
Electing the President: The Debates on the Electoral College at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 in Virtual Reality
Sponsored by the American Philosophical Society. Free to attend virtually or in person; registration required.
Time: 10:00 am
Visit the American Philosophical Society website for more info and to register.