- This event has ended.
With the understanding that the election may still be undecided, we will gather the day-after for a virtual conversation about the results. Bring your questions for Clark’s experts, as we address: what we know about election returns; when and how decisions will be made and how information will be communicated; the important roles played by different constituencies in the process; the historical precedents involved; and the psychological impacts of perceived threats, uncertainty, resistance, and protest.
- Esther Jones (Dean of the Faculty/English/Comparative Race & Ethnic Studies): Critical race studies
- Rob Boatright (Political Science): American political parties & campaigns and election
- Jack Delehanty (Sociology): Progressive religious activism and conservative Christian discourse
- Mark Miller (Political Science/Law & Society): Congress and the courts
- Ousmane Power-Greene (History): African American social and political movements
- Johanna Vollhardt (Psychology): Psychology of collective violence, oppression, and resistance
This event will be broadcast live and recorded on Zoom. Participation is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is not required.
Webinar ID: 996 3695 0444
Sponsored by the Higgins School of Humanities