The 2020 Election and What Comes After: A Panel Discussion

Part of CTSJ's The Matrix Series: Join Prof. Caroline Heldman (CTSJ, expert on politics, power and the Presidency) and a panel of scholars, activists and political analysts as they unpack the 2020 Election and what comes next.


Nov4
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
2020-11-04 12:00:00 2020-11-04 13:00:00 The 2020 Election and What Comes After: A Panel Discussion

The Panel:

Host: CTSJ Professor and Department Chair, Dr. Caroline Heldman. Expert on the American Presidency.

Professor Claire Crawford (DWA) is a native of Lithonia, GA. She is a third-year Ph.D. candidate at the University of Southern California in Political Science and International Relations. She received her BA in International Affairs and Africana Studies from George Washington University and her MA in Conflict Resolution from Georgetown University. While in DC, Claire interned with the State Department, in the Office of U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan and the Office of Consular Affairs, and the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.

Dr. Sherice J. Nelson (CTSJ Spring '21) is an expert in Black political leadership, Black women as political agents, and the Black experience throughout the Diaspora. She is a proud alumnus of the distinguished Howard University, where she received her Doctorate of Philosophy in Political Science.

Dr. John Fitch III has worked in the communication field as a scholar and a professional since 1990, specializing in film and video production, television, sound design, screenwriting, and film history. He received a PhD in Educational Policy Studies in Higher Education from the University of Kentucky and an MFA in Film from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Dr. Lori Han is Professor of Political Science at Chapman University in Orange, California. With research and teaching interests in the presidency, media and politics, women and politics, and political leadership.

Dr. Pilar Hernández Escontrías (CTSJ Fall '20). J.D., UCI. An anthropologist and social scientist by training, having completed her A.B. at Princeton University (2008), her M.Phil at Cambridge University (2010), and her M.A. (2013) and Ph.D. (2016) degrees at Northwestern University. 

Dr. David Adler is President of The Alturas Institute, a non-profit organization created to promote the Constitution, gender equality, and civic education.

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Online - Zoom
America/Los_Angeles public
Location:
Online - Zoom
Event Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2020

The Panel:

Host: CTSJ Professor and Department Chair, Dr. Caroline Heldman. Expert on the American Presidency.

Professor Claire Crawford (DWA) is a native of Lithonia, GA. She is a third-year Ph.D. candidate at the University of Southern California in Political Science and International Relations. She received her BA in International Affairs and Africana Studies from George Washington University and her MA in Conflict Resolution from Georgetown University. While in DC, Claire interned with the State Department, in the Office of U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan and the Office of Consular Affairs, and the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.

Dr. Sherice J. Nelson (CTSJ Spring '21) is an expert in Black political leadership, Black women as political agents, and the Black experience throughout the Diaspora. She is a proud alumnus of the distinguished Howard University, where she received her Doctorate of Philosophy in Political Science.

Dr. John Fitch III has worked in the communication field as a scholar and a professional since 1990, specializing in film and video production, television, sound design, screenwriting, and film history. He received a PhD in Educational Policy Studies in Higher Education from the University of Kentucky and an MFA in Film from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Dr. Lori Han is Professor of Political Science at Chapman University in Orange, California. With research and teaching interests in the presidency, media and politics, women and politics, and political leadership.

Dr. Pilar Hernández Escontrías (CTSJ Fall '20). J.D., UCI. An anthropologist and social scientist by training, having completed her A.B. at Princeton University (2008), her M.Phil at Cambridge University (2010), and her M.A. (2013) and Ph.D. (2016) degrees at Northwestern University. 

Dr. David Adler is President of The Alturas Institute, a non-profit organization created to promote the Constitution, gender equality, and civic education.

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