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APG/BAAS annual US Politics colloquium
Liberal consensus to partisan passion: a half century in focus
- Andrew Hartman, Fulbright Distinguished Chair, University of Southern Denmark, ‘The End of Consensus and the Origins of the Culture Wars.’
- Michael Cox, London School of Economics, ‘US Foreign Policy Challenges’Timothy Naftali, New America Foundation, ‘Constructing Kennedy: How the Myths Developed and Constructing the real JFK’
- Former Members of Congress Douglas Bereuter (R-NE) and John Tanner (D-TN) in discussion with Dr Sue Currell, BAAS Chair.
APG would like to extend sincere thanks to the US Embassy, London for hosting the event, which will take place from 11.00am – 4.45pm. Lunch will be taken this year at the Embassy’s inhouse restaurant. This must be paid for in advance with your colloquium registration. Lunch is just £15. There are other places to eat around the Embassy for those that want to make independent arrangements. The colloquium fee of £10 without lunch includes refreshments.
Please send booking form not later than 31 October 2013 to:-
Dr Clodagh Harrington or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Politics and Public Policy
Hugh Aston Building
De Montfort University
Leicester LE1 9BH