Politics and Policy Series: Examination of Voting Rights in the 2016 US Election
Monday, September 21, 2015 at 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall, I20255 West 13th Street, Room I202, New York, NY 10011
The Politics and Policy Series is a thought-provoking, stimulating series of courses and events. The series will combine in-class lectures and assignments with the hands-on experience and intellects of both American and Global politics experts in order to dissect the 2016 U.S. Presidential Elections, while also providing an international perspective.
From the evolution of the two party system, to soccer’s impact on world politics, to the use of the propaganda ideology symbolism and political PR savvy to influence messaging, these courses and events will showcase the insights and practical knowledge of Milano professors and introduce students to a critical understanding of a presidential campaign and its inner workings.
Politics and Policy is co-sponsored by the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy and the Center for New York City Affairs. This event, an “Examination of Voting Rights in the 2016 US Election” is the first in the series and will also be co-sponsored by The Nation.
Panel discussion examining voting rights in U.S. elections and the continuing fight to equal access to the ballot. A conversation with The Nation‘s Ari Berman, author of the new book Give us the Ballot; The New York Times‘ national correspondent Maggie Haberman; and Fordham University political science professor Christina Greer. The panel will be moderated by Milano professor Jeff Smith.
Be a part of the conversation online with #politicsandpolicy.
Please note that the panelists are subject to change.
This event is free; but reservations are required by clicking on the hotlinks.