The 2016 Presidential Election: Issues and Analysis

Tuesday, October 18, 2016
04:10 PM - 05:50 PM


McKenna Theatre, Creative Arts building
Political Science Department
Political Science Department
(415) 338-2247


This course and public lecture series is intended to help the campus community and general public better understand the social and public policy issues raised by the 2016 presidential election. SF State faculty critically examine the electoral process and the 2016 campaign issues in light of their historical, social, economic, political and cultural context. Facilitators: Joel Kassiola and Marcela Garcia-Castanon. October 18: Terrorism and the new Global Politics: ISIS and AlQaeda (and offshoots), Military Preparedness, Domestic Threats and Privacy Panelists: Sanjoy Banerjee (International Relations), Nicole Watts (Political Science), Mahmood Monshipouri (International Relations)


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