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What’s at stake? Let's talk about the U.S. election
The Department of Political Studies is hosting a live online discussion on Oct. 29 about what’s at stake during this year’s U.S. election.
Join us for a live discussion on the 2020 U.S. election.
Date: Oct. 29, 2020
Time: Noon — 1 pm (Saskatchewan time)
Join the discussion on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/91751424221?pwd=TnAxeEU4TVFTQU9YYy9uakkwTTNadz09
This event is free and open to the public.
The Department of Political Studies in the College of Arts and Science at the University of Saskatchewan is excited to host a live discussion about what’s at stake during this year’s U.S. election. The discussion will focus on what the Democrats are afraid of if Donald Trump wins and what the Republicans are afraid of if Joe Biden wins.
Video commentators include the following:
- Dr. Amanda Klekowski von Koppenfels (PhD), Professor, Brussels School of International Studies, University of Kent
- Mr. Sean Speer, Assistant Professor, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto
- Dr. Paul Quirk (PhD), Professor, Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia
Moderators include the following:
- Dr. Martin Gaal (PhD), Lecturer, Department of Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan
- Caid Brossart, President, Political Studies Students’ Association (PSSA), University of Saskatchewan
The discussion will include video commentary on the Republican and Democratic platforms.
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