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Election Fever: 2016 in Global and Historical Perspective
WhenWednesday, Nov. 16, 2016, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Campus locationKane Hall (KNE)
Campus room225
Event typesAcademics, Information Sessions, Lectures/Seminars, Special Events, Student Activities
Event sponsorsUW Department of History
history.uw.edu
histmain@uw.edu
Description

This year’s unpredictable and groundbreaking presidential campaign has inspired hyperbole, hysteria, and plenty of historical comparisons.  How history-making *is* this year’s race?  And is what’s going on in the US this year all that exceptional, or surprising, given broader trends around the world?   Join four UW History faculty as they situate the US election amid broader global and historical trends—authoritarian appeals in a time of economic uncertainty, party realignment and third parties, austerity, demographic change and immigration/migration, internationalism and isolationism.  Moving from Duterte’s Philippines to Fujimori’s Peru to post-Brexit Europe to the America of Clinton and Trump, our panel will explore the broader historical forces shaping today’s political landscape, and what it means for the global future.

Featuring: Profs. Ray Jonas, Margaret O'Mara, Vicente Rafael, Adam Warren

Free registration: uwhistory.ticketleap.com…

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