Election Lecture Double Header - Keyssar and King
Thurs Oct 1st 7pm Alex Keyssar on the Electoral College
Thurs Oct 8th 7pm David C King on Term Limits
First Up: Alex Keyssar
Now that we're in the thick of election season, we're pleased to be able to offer two upcoming Zoom lectures on some noteworthy features of the federal system: specifically, the electoral college and (the absence of) congressional term limits. We'll be joined by our friends from the local Yale and Harvard alumni associations as well. These lectures are FREE and a terrific opportunity to gain some insight into our political system courtesy of some real experts. Both lectures will include an opportunity for Q&A. Think what a hit you'll be at your next virtual cocktail party with your newfound knowledge!
Zoom link will be sent to all registered attendees
Thursday, October 1
PANE will host the regional alumni of Princeton, Yale and Harvard to hear Alex Keyssar, Sterling Professor of History and Social Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government answer the question: "Why Do We Still Have The Electoral College?" His book of the same title will be available for purchase.
Thursday, October 8
PANE will host the regional alumni of Princeton, Yale and Harvard to hear David C. King, Senior Lecturer on Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Faculty Chair of Harvard’s Bi-Partisan Program for Newly Elected Members of the U.S. Congress, warn: “Don’t Be Seduced By Term Limits.”