Not Politics As Usual: The 2016 Elections
The Orchard Street Shul BagelTalk Series Presents: Not Politics As Usual: The 2016 Elections
Dr. Joshua Sandman, Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of New Haven
Does this election have your head spinning? Are you losing sleep over the fate of the free world? The 2016 Presidential election cycle will undoubtedly go down in history as a divisive and distressing, yet oddly compelling, political spectacle. Have no fear: Dr. Joshua Sandman, Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of New Haven will help clear the fog surrounding the wildest election in memory. He’ll cover an analysis of the key battleground states, the phenomenon of populist candidates, challenges facing the incoming President, and, of course, the Trump and Clinton campaigns.
Admission is $10 per person, includes a delicious bagel breakfast (kosher, Cholov/Pas Yisroel). You can either pre-pay here (a small fee applies, but we’d be immensely grateful so please go ahead) or make a free reservation here and pay at the door.