Events for Fall 2018
Wednesday, September 26
Keith Whittington (Princeton): Why Free Speech Matters on Campus. 4pm in Konover Auditorium; refreshments to follow. Sponsored by Political Science, the Human Rights Institute, the Humility & Conviction in Public Life Initiative, and the Humanities Institute.
Monday, October 22
Sarah Bush (Yale). Democracy Promotion in the Middle East. 7-8:15pm in HTB 146 (Hartford Campus). Sponsored by UConn Hartford, Middle East Studies, Global Affairs, and Political Science.
Tuesday, October 23
Sarah Bush (Yale). Islam, Gender Segregation, and Political Engagement: Evidence from an Experiment in Tunisia. 12:30-1:45 pm in Oak 438. Sponsored by Middle East Studies, Global Affairs, Political Science, and WGSS.
Thursday, November 1
Peter Loge (George Washington): A Call to Return to the Study and Teaching of Political Communication Ethics. 12:30-1:45pm in Oak 408.
Wednesday, November 7
Election Forum. Details TBD.
Thursday, November 29
David Richards (UConn POLS). Exploring the Normative Gap in the Legal Protection of Women from Violence. 12:30pm in Oak 438.