Midwinter Lectures: January 2016
The Future of American Politics
Presented by Michael Krasner
The three-session series will consider the state of our political life in what promises to be a momentous election year.
Mondays: January 4, January 11, and January 18, 2016. Please note afternoon sessions this winter: 1:00-3:00 pm (Snow date: January 25)
- Session 1: American Politics since the New Deal: race, class, and electoral politics.
- Session 2: The Current Political System: how closely to oligarchy have we come?
- Session 3: The 2016 election and the future of American politics.
Michael Krasner has been on the political science faculty at Queen’s College, State University of New York, since 1970, teaching courses on politics and the media, and on presidential, congressional, gubernatorial, and mayoral elections, among other topics. A resident of Westminster and a three-time Osher presenter, he has been visiting professor at the University of Aarhus, Denmark, and at the University of Paris.
Cost: $6 per lecture, includes light refreshments.
Where: Vermont Learning Collaborative, 471 Vermont Route 5, Dummerston. Handicapped accessible.
Questions: Please call the Learning Collaborative at (802) 257-8600 or toll-free (866) 889-0042.
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