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Explaining the Trump Phenomenon: Recent Societal Transformations, New Influence Elites, and the Rise
Start Date: 10/13/2016Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Date: 10/13/2016End Time: 8:30 PM
Event Description:
Janine Wedel is University Professor at George Mason University's schar School of Policy and Government. Dr. Wedel writes about governing, corruption, foreign aid, and influence elites through the lens of a social anthropologist. Her work has exposed the corrupt systems of government that we have maintained domestically and internationally. She has been named a Global Policy Chair at the University of Bath, UK, and a Fellow at the Hertie School of Governance in berlin. She is the first anthropologist to win the Grawemeyer Award for ideas Improving World Order, an honor typically reserved for political scientists (previous recipients include Samuel Huntington and Mikhail Gorbachev).
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Name: Michele deegan
Phone: 484-664-3828
Email: Deegan@muhlenberg.edu
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