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Clinton vs Trump - US Election Night Party

  • 19 Sprängkullsgatan Gothenburg, Västra Götalands län, 411 23 Sweden (map)

The Department of Political Science, University of Gothenburg, together with Brännpunkt EuropaUF - Utrikespolitiska Föreningen Göteborg, and the IAGG student group invite you for an unforgettable US Election Night! Join for a first-ever collaboration of these 4 organisations to find out who will be the next President of the United States of America: will it be Clinton or Trump?

What? US Election night with movie screening, lectures, mingle, live broadcasting
When? November 8, 17:00 - 23:00
Where? Entrance/Lecture hall Dragonen, Sprängkullsgatan 19, Göteborg, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Gothenburg

The Election Night will be open and free, but RSVP is required.
http://pol.gu.se/aktuellt/Kalendarium/Aktuellt_detalj/?eventId=7258209848
Lite fare will be provided (crisps, popcorn, etc.)

From 17.00 - 19.00 hrs there will be a movie screening - "An unreasonable man" (part of the cooperation between the UF and Cinema Politica -www.cinemapolitica.org).

Lectures - 19.00 - 19.45 and 20.30 - 21.15
The lectures will be moderated by Brian Shaev, Postdoc at Centre of European Research/Department of Economy and Society

A crash course in the American Electoral System and Swing States
by Ruth Carlitz, Postdoc at GLD/Department of Political Science

Political Campaigns in the US
by Rachel Sigman, Postdoc at GLD/Department of Political Science

EU-US Relations - Skype lecture
by Corey Walker, Humanity in Action Senior Fellow

Issues of polling in US elections
by Kyle Marquardt, Postdoc at the V-dem Institute/Department of Political Science

Life on the ground in the US
by Jessica Goodkind, Student MSc. International Administration and Global Governance (IAGG)

21.15 - 23.00 Live broadcasting, mingle, interviews and more!

We are looking forward to welcoming you on November 8th!

Earlier Event: October 25
EU & Russia – Energy Security
Later Event: January 24
Challenges of EU Trade Policy