The Fall 2016 International Seminar Series will focus on the November national election. Titled “The U.S. Presidential Election: Global Implications and Comparative Perspectives,” the seminar series will take place at noon on Wednesdays throughout the semester.
On November 16, a panel will present “International Seminar Series: Reflections on the U.S. Presidential Election: Global Implications and Comparative Perspectives” in the Prairie Room of the Bone Student Center.
For the final session in this semester’s series on “The U.S. Presidential Election: Global Implications and Comparative Perspectives,” five panelists who have been attending the series will comment on the following questions: How has the series this semester shaped your perspective on the U.S. election and its global implications? What are your hopes, dreams, and expectations about politics and government in the future, here or abroad? After panelists share their perspectives, audience members will have an opportunity to share their reflections as well.
The talks are co-sponsored by the Office of International Studies, and the Department of Politics and Government. They are free and open to the public. For additional information, contact the Office of International Studies and Programs at 438-5276.