Professor Andrew Rudalevige (Bowdoin College) – Eminent US political scientist gives an assessment of the US presidential election to date, explains why Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won their respective party’s nominations, and evaluates their prospect for the presidential election. He also offers thoughts on the current state of American politics and the challenges facing the 45th president when he/she takes office. This is bound to be a fascinating talk and anyone with an interest in US politics is welcome to attend.
Attendance is free of charge but registration is required. IMPORTANT NOTE on access to 51 Gordon Square: in order to secure the smooth delivery of the lectures or presentations, and for ease of logistics, access may be restricted after the start of the event. We will endeavour to accommodate late arrivals within our possibilities, but an early arrival is recommended to avoid disappointment.
Further information available here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/americas/ia-events/us-election-glass-ceiling