Join professors from the departments of Political Science and History for a forum dissecting events surrounding the 2016 US Election. Q and A and discussion will follow the speakers' opening remarks.
Dylan Cyr, instructor, History
Prof. Cyr regularly lectures in History and American Studies, typically instructing undergrads on the two world wars, the civil rights movement, the North American physical environmental, and various versions of the US survey.
Aaron Ettinger, Assistant Professor, Political Science
Prof. Ettinger specializes in international relations and foreign policy including private military industry’s role in the US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. His current project explores continuity and change in American foreign policy in the post-September 11 era.
David Welch, Professor, Political Science
Prof. Welch is an expert in international politics and global governance with a specialization in international security. He is the Centre for International Governance Innovation Chair of Global Security at the Balsillie School of International Affairs.
This is a student-initiated event and is sponsored by the Department of Political Science and the Dean of Arts Office.
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