Blasphemy and freedom of expression

Diversity is crucial to university and students, and the tenth episode of "Prof." is yet another example.
During her course, PhD student Anastasia Colosimo leverages the many diverse cultural, political and religious backgrounds of her students to address the complex issues of blasphemy and freedom of expression. 

Each episode of “Prof.” takes you inside the classroom where you glimpse the relationship between a professor, his or her discipline, and the students.  

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Watch the fourth episode of “Prof.” with international relations professor and former Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta
Watch the fifth episode of “Prof.” with professor Mario Del Pero
Watch the sixth episode of “Prof.” with professor Horatia Muir Watt
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