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Claremont Discourse Schedule - Fall 2016
Claremont Discourse is a faculty lecture series sponsored by the Claremont Colleges Library. Claremont Discourse features faculty discussing their recent publications, research, or artistic creations.
Lectures will be held in the Founders Room of Honnold/Mudd Library. Discussion will follow each lecture, and refreshments will be provided.
Claremont Discourse Goes to the Election, Fall 2016
Constitutional Rhetoric and Presidential Elections: A Claremont Discourse Panel in Recognition of Constitution Day
John Pitney (Government Department, Claremont McKenna College); Claudia Strauss
(Anthropology Field Group, Pitzer); Victor Silverman (History Department, Pomona
College), Michael Uhlmann (Policy and Politics Department, Claremont Graduate
University); and Amanda Hollis-Brusky (Politics Department, Pomona College).
Moderated by John Seery (Politics Department, Pomona College).
Wednesday, September 14th, 4:15 pm
Identity Politics and the 2016 Election Cycle: A Panel Discussion
Vanessa Tyson (Assistant Professor of Politics, Scripps College); Miriam
Feldblum (Dean of Students and Professor of Politics, Pomona College); Najeeba
Syeed (Associate Professor of Interreligious Education at Claremont School of
Theology and Claremont Graduate University); Nancy S.B. Williams (Associate
Professor of Chemistry, Claremont McKenna Colleges); and Wei-Chin Hwang (Professor
of Psychology, Claremont McKenna College).
Moderated by Nyree Gray (Assistant Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion and Chief Civil Rights Officer, Claremont McKenna College).
Wednesday, October 12, 4:15pm
What just happened? Election 2016: A Panel Discussion and Review
John Pitney (Government Department, Claremont McKenna College); Jennifer Taw (Government Department,
Claremont McKenna College); Sean Flynn (Economics, Scripps College); Leo Flynn
(Professor Emeritus of Politics, Pomona College); and N. Ann Davis (Human Relations and Philosophy,
Pomona College). Moderated by William Ascher (Government and Economics, Claremont McKenna College).
Thursday, November 17, 4:15 pm