Saturday Seminar – Why did Americans vote this way?

Tutor/Facilitator John Pilbrow

When
Date: on/from Sat 21 Nov 2020 to Sat 21 Nov 2020
Frequency: Single Event
Class time: 2:30-3:30

Other information

Presented by John Pilbrow

The American Presidential Election to be held on 3 November 2020 will be historically significant, with big repercussions for Australia and the rest of the world.

Whatever the outcome it will be controversial.

In our final webinar for this year, John Pilbrow will discuss the result of this election, bound to be of great interest to many of our members.

John Pilbrow is a PhD candidate in the School of Social Sciences at Monash University. He specialises in United States politics with a focus on presidential elections and trends.

John recently wrote an article on the significance of the selection of Kamala Harris to be Joe Biden’s running mate in the Presidential election, which you can read here.  This article was originally posted on the Monash Lens site.

This seminar is open to all U3A Port Phillip members and subscribers and to the general public.

As there are limited numbers, please book in below.

This is an online live seminar, presented as a webinar on Zoom.

If you have not yet used Zoom, you will need to download Zoom onto your device in advance- click here for instructions.

To watch the seminar, return to this page any time after 2:00pm on Saturday the 21st of November. The link will be published then and you will be able to click on it to join the webinar from 2:20pm for a prompt 2:30pm start.

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