Wednesday, November 30, 2016

"What to Make of the Election: Perspectives from Political Scientists"



"What to Make of the Election:
Perspectives from Political Scientists"


The Department of Government and Politics in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences will host a panel discussion to help students, faculty, and staff better understand what happened in the electorate, what we expect to happen in the government going forward (both in terms of foreign and domestic policy, and in terms of the limits and powers of a unified Congress), and a comparative perspective on what we can learn from other countries.

The discussion will take place on Tuesday, December 6, at 4pm, in Tydings 1136.

Faculty participants will include:


Dr. Irwin Morris and Dr. David Karol (American political institutions and history)

Dr. Antoine Banks, Dr. Lilliana Mason, and Dr. Stella Rouse (American political behavior)

Dr. Vladimir Tismaneanu and Dr. Karol Soltan (International and comparative perspectives)


All are welcome to attend. Faculty will briefly present their thoughts and insight, and then the floor will be open to a Q & A session.