2020 US Presidential Election: Trump v Biden
Lectures, talks and seminars
Event type: Seminars30-31 Oct 2020 from 12.30 pm - 1.30 pm
Come along to this lunchtime lecture series where our speakers will discuss and offer their insights on the upcoming US presidential election.
On Tuesday 3 November, Americans will vote in what promises to be an election the world will be watching with keen interest. With the United States dealing with a pandemic and protests, will Donald Trump win a second term, or will former Vice–President Joe Biden take the top job?
Spotlight 1—Trump v Biden
In the first Spotlight lecture, our speakers will provide crucial context for observing and understanding the US presidential election.
When: Friday 30 October, 12.30–1.30pm
Where: Rutherford House Lecture Theatre 2 (RHLT2), Pipitea campus, Bunny Street
Speakers: Matthew Hirshberg (political scientist, educator, media commentator) and Simon Power (Victoria University of Wellington alumnus and former member of parliament)
Moderator: Professor Stephen Levine (Professor of Political Science, School of History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations)
Registration for each lecture is essential.
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