11/3 The 2020 Presidential Election: Conjectures and Consequences (Part I)

The Bully Pulpit Series will co-host the virtual “The 2020 Presidential Election: Conjectures and Consequences (Part I)” panel with the School of Humanities and Social Sciences on November 3rd at 4:00 PM. Live remarks will be followed by Q&A with the audience. This event is part of the Cougar Campaign 2020 series at the College of Charleston. (Stay tuned for Part II of this panel, scheduled for November 10.)

Event Zoom link:

https://bit.ly/33BThmT

Moderator:

Dean Gibbs Knotts (School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Professor of Political Science)

Panelists:

  • Dr. Elijah Siegler, Chair and Professor of Religious Studies (full bio here)
  • Dr. Karyn Amira, Assistant Professor of Political Science (full bio here)
  • Dr. Jordan Ragusa, Associate Chair and Associate Professor of Political Science (full bio here)
  • Dr. Kendra Stewart, Director of Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Center for Livable Communities and Professor of Political Science (full bio here)

 

The 2020 Presidential Election: Conjectures and Consequences (Part 1) graphic with panelist and moderator photographs

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