• The Levitt Public Affairs Center is delighted to welcome Reverend Richelle Massey-Harris as a Community Fellow speaker this semester. Hosted by our Community Fellow, Reverend Sharon Baugh of Hope Chapel AME Zion Church, Rev. Massey-Harris will speak her experience working in pastoral care for incarcerated people, her journey into that role, and what she has learned from the experience.

    RSVP here for catered lunch by Tuesday, February 27 at 12 noon.

    Reverend Massey-Harris serves as a Stat...

    When  12:00 p.m. Thursday, February 29
    Where  Fillius Events Barn Lobby, Map #18
    Open to Off Campus Guests
  • “How Donald Trump Exploited the Discourse of American Exceptionalism”

    Professor Gilmore will discuss his recent book about Trump’s political rhetoric. Throughout his political career, Donald Trump has forged a unique relationship with American exceptionalism, parting ways with how American politicians have long communicated this idea to the American public. Through systematic comparative analyses, Dr. Gilmore’s book details the various ways that Trump strategically altered and exploited the discourse of American exceptionalism to elevate no...

    When  4:10 p.m. Thursday, March 7
    Where  Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 127 Red Pit, Map #14
    Open to Off Campus Guests
  • Rongbin Han, associate professor of international affairs at the University of Georgia, presents “Making China Great Again: Online Fictions and the Road to Digital Cultural Hegemony.”

    Political scientist Andrew Nathan, when discussing the alternate history of China in the context of the late 1980s leading to the Tiananmen movement, once asked, “Could Beijing have taken a different path?” The question is tempting, yet not quite new to keen readers of Chinese internet novels. In fact, millions of Chinese are exploring similar questions throug...

    When  4:10 p.m. Wednesday, April 10
    Where  Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 101, Map #14
    Open to Off Campus Guests
  • Join us for a lunchtime panel on Imagining Better Futures: Disrupting Exclusionary Injustice in Schools. This is a moderated panel intended to foster a conversation between three experts Hilda Jordan, Sean Drake and Marquise Palmer '18 regarding the current context of exclusionary injustice in American schools. Mahala Stewart, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Hamilton College will begin with an introduction and Amaris Martin will moderate this event.

    Hilda Jordan is a 2019 alum of Harvard University where she was awarded the Michael Rock...

    When  12:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 17
    Where  Fillius Events Barn Lobby, Map #18
    Open to Off Campus Guests


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