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The 2016 Presidential Election: A Panel Discussion with National Experts
7 p.m.; Fine Arts 103Democracy at Work 9-29

The Vice Presidential Debate; a Viewing and Discussion
Student Center Theater

All Day
Events under Tents

Webb/Library Quad
• Voter Registration
• Campaign Organizations
• Poetry Readings
• Historical Games (with prizes)

Open Classes
8-8:50 a.m.
Science, Distrust, and the 2016 Election
Professor Liz Cowles
Science 301

9-9:50 a.m.
Public Opinion and Political Ads in 2016
Political Science Professors Nicole Krassas and Courtney Broscious
Student Center Theater

The Election of 1896: Lessons Learned
History Professor Caitlin Carenen
Science 301

10-10:50 a.m.
Gender and the 2016 Presidential Election
Professors Cara Bergstrom-Lynch (Sociology) and Jennifer Leszczynski (Psychology)
Webb 110

Protest Music in the 1960s and 1970s
Music Professor Stacy Dziuk
Student Center Theater

Politics and Endangered Species
Biology Professor Kristen Epp
Science 301 

Noon-12:50 p.m.
The Rhetoric of Donald Trump
English Professor Rita Malenczyk
Webb 110 

The Election of 1800: Lessons Learned
History Professor Tom Balcerski
Student Center Theater

1-1:50 p.m.
Political Hashtags and Election 2016
English Professor Jordan Youngblood
Webb 110

U.S. Elections and Global Inequality
Sociology Professor Dennis Canterbury
Student Center Theater

2-3 p.m.
Sexuality and Election 2016
Professors Kim Dugan (Sociology) and Nicole Krassas (Political Science)
Student Center Theater

3-4 p.m.
University Hour
Student Presidential Debate

Paul E. Johnson Sr. Community Room, J. Eugene Smith Library

5:30-6:45 p.m.
Reception and Discussion of Visual Democracy: Political Cartoons from the Election
Fine Arts 118

7 p.m.
The Immigrant Project: A Multi-media, Oral Story Telling Performance
Studio Theatre, Fine Arts Instructional Center

All Day
Events under Tents
Webb/Library Quad
• Voter Registration
• Campaign Organizations
• Poetry Readings
• Historical Games (with prizes)

9:30-10:45 a.m.
Musical Anxiety in Cold War Science Fiction (and Today’s Attack Ads)
Music Professor Tim Cochran
Paul E. Johnson Sr. Community Conference Room, J. Eugene Smith Library

11 a.m.-noon
Election Media: Debates, News Coverage and Social Media
Connecticut League of Women Voters
Student Center Theater 

Open Class
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Felony Disenfranchisement and Gerrymandering
Sociology Professors Theresa Severance and William Lugo
Webb 110

2-3:15 p.m.
Gendered Representations in Presidential Politics 2016
Geography Professor Mary Curran
Webb 110

3 p.m.
The Immigrant Project: A Multi-Media, Oral Story Telling Performance
Studio Theatre, Fine Arts Instructional Center

Open Class
5:30-6:45 pm.
Impacts of U.S. Foreign Policy
Professors Martin Mendoza-Botelho (Political Science) and Cesar Beltran (Communication)
Student Center Theater

Open Class
10:00 a.m.

Sport, Nationalism, Politics and Culture: Colin Kaepernick and the national debate
Alex Reimer
Reimer is a contributor to Forbes, Boston Magazine, Boston Herald, BostInno, and co-hosted Big Show Unfiltered
Student Center Theater

Noon-1 p.m.
Political Rhetoric and Hillary Clinton
Political Science Professor Nicole Krassas
Student Center Theater

Visual Democracy, Political Cartoons from the Election
Fine Arts Instructional Center, First Floor
8 a.m. – 9 p.m.