Frostburg State University faculty members will cover a variety of topics during a Presidential Election Panel Discussion to be held at FSU onTuesday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. in the Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall room 133A of the Lane University Center. This event is free and open to the public.
Dr. Stephen Twing, a professor in the Department of Political Science, will be the moderator. Members of the panel and their discussion areas are as follows:
Â· Dr. Eleanor McConnell, assistant professor, History, â€śThe Jackson Men: Populist Conservatism in Antebellum Americaâ€ť
Â· Dr. Gregory Wood, associate professor, History, â€śOpposition to the New Deal and the Roots of Modern Conservatismâ€ť
Â· Natalie Schuster, lecturer, History, â€śModern Conservatism and the Rise of Trumpâ€ť
Â· Dr. Stephen Simpson, professor, Political Science, â€śThe Media, the Polls and the Presidential Campaignâ€ť
Â· Dr. David Lewis, professor, Political Science, â€śThe 2016 Election and the Future of the U.S. Supreme Courtâ€ť
Â· Dr. Stephen Hartlaub, professor, Political Science, â€śThe Conditions for Tyranny and the American Polityâ€ť
The panel discussion is sponsored by FSUâ€™s departments of Political Science and History and the J. Glenn Beall Institute for Public Affairs, which promotes a spirit of civic responsibility and an increased knowledge of government affairs and the political process at all levels.
For more information, contact Twing at
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