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 Spring 2016 - All the World's a Stage Fall 2015 - Standing the Test of Time Spring 2015 - Remarkable Women Fall 2014 - Democracy Today Spring 2014 - Lincoln Fall 2013 - Turning Points

Fall 2016

Election 2016

The Path to the White House and What to Expect Next

As the race to the White House heads toward the finish line, we examine the candidates who beat out dozens of others for their party’s nomination, the issues that surround their campaigns and what we can anticipate in 2017 and beyond. Americans will make a historic choice as they elect a new president this year. Join us this fall to explore the unique, and not so unusual, characteristics of Election 2016.

September

12

Did That All Just Really Happen? A Recap of the 2016 Presidential Nomination Process

SUSAN JOHNSON Associate Professor, Political Science and Assistant Dean, College of Letters and Sciences


 

19

R.I.P. G.O.P.? Conservative Ideology in 2016

TED GIMBEL Assistant Professor, Political Science


26

Political Appointments Are Political: The Senate, the President and the Judiciary - No Video Available

JOLLY EMREY Associate Professor and Chair, Political Science 


 

October

3

Do Presidential Debates Matter? How Candidates Try to Win You Over During the Biggest Campaign Event of the Year

ERIC LOEPP Assistant Professor, Political Science


 

10

Race, Policing and Criminal Justice Reform and the 2016 Elections

GREG JEFFERS Assistant Professor, Sociology, Criminology and Anthropology


 

17

The Podium and the Press: News Media Coverage of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Debates

COREY DAVISAssociate Professor, Communication

24

A “Political Revolution” in Foreign Policy? The Presidential Candidates and the United States in the World Today

F. PETER WAGNER Associate Professor, Political Science

November

 

 

7

The Context of the 2016 Election: Inequality, Polarization and Distrust

JONAH RALSTONAssistant Professor, Political Science

14

2016 Election Results: Winners, Losers and What Happens Next

JOLLY EMREY, SUSAN JOHNSON, ERIC LOEPP

21

The Inaugural Address: An American Tradition

RICHARD HAVEN Professor Emeritus, Communication

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