Posts tagged with “Political Science” (All posts)

Carleton Connects: Michael Alvarez ’86 on election integrity

29 September 2022

Join prominent elections scholar R. Michael Alvarez ’86 for a conversation on the methods and the realities of our nation’s voting system.

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Carleton Connects: Smith, Maxbauer, and Kallas on climate change

11 December 2020

Three professors (two at Carleton and one alumnus) discuss the effects of rocks, bacteria, and politics on the future of our climate

Dan Maxbauer, Kim Smith, and Toivo Kallas

Carleton Connects: Jonathan Capehart ’89 on what matters now

13 October 2020

A preeminent journalist shares his thoughts on politics and the state of our nation

Jonathan Capehart '89 (from Facebook)

Carleton Connects: Noah Salomon on conflict in the Sudans

31 January 2019

Join Noah Salomon, Associate Professor of Religion, for a discussion of war and peace in the Sudans.

Noah Salomon, Dept. of Religion

Carleton Connects: Steven Schier on the Midterm Elections

2 November 2018

Join Carleton Connects as Steven Schier, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, discusses the upcoming midterm elections.

Steven Schier

Carleton Connects: Steven Schier on The Trump Presidency

12 December 2017

Join Carleton Connects as Professor Steven Schier Political Science, shares his insights on the Trump Presidency.

Steven Schier

Carleton Connects: Dev Gupta on Social Movements

16 November 2017

Join Carleton Connects as Professor Devashree Gupta, Political Science, shares her insights on social movements.

Professor Devashree Gupta

Carleton Connects: Al Montero on Understanding Cuba

5 October 2017

Learn about the history of the Cuban Revolution, the Cuban economy and its changes, and hear his perspective on current U.S.-Cuba relations.

Al Montero

Carleton Connects: David Tompkins on Syria

8 March 2017

“Syrian Refugees, the United States, & Europe”

David Tompkins

Carleton Connects: Beverly Jones Heydinger ’72 & Rebecca Sive ’72

7 December 2016

“Women in Public Leadership: What difference does it make?”

Beverly Heydinger '72 and Rebecca Sive '72