Trump’s Victory: What does it mean for you?
November 16, 2016 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
34-101 EG&G Education Center, 50 Vassar Street, Cambridge.
Sandy Alexandre will focus on racism in America
Sandy Alexandre, associate professor, MIT Literature, is an expert on late nineteenth-century to present-day black American literature and culture.
Heather Hendershot will discuss extremist vs. mainstream conservatism
Heather Hendershot, professor, MIT Comparative Media Studies, is particularly interested in the complicated relationship between “extremist” and “mainstream” conservatism and in how that relationship is negotiated by conservative media.
Lourdes Melgar will offer a view from abroad
Lourdes Melgar, alumna of MIT and Mexico’s former deputy secretary of energy for hydrocarbons, is currently a Robert E. Wilhelm Fellow at the MIT Center for International Studies.
Ken Oye will discuss the future of science
Kenneth Oye holds a joint MIT appointment in Political Science and Engineering Systems, with research and teaching on international relations, political economy and technology policy.
Free & open to the public | Refreshments served
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Sponsored by the Center for International Studies (CIS)