Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne, Jr., presents his case for "universal voting," as outlined in the book 100% Democracy coauthored with Miles Rapoport. Dionne will be joined by a panel of two University of Kentucky election experts, Prof. Emily Beaulieu Bacchus of the Political Science Department (a cosponsor of the event along with the Martin School of Public Policy & Administration) and UK Law Prof. Josh Douglas, who put the event together with the UK Election Law Society. LUNCH PROVIDED.
Dateling: Frankfort, KY
By D. Stephen Voss, Political Science Department Publicity Director
Kentucky's State Senate recognized the passing of Emeritus Prof. S. Sidney Ulmer, a long-serving and distinguished member of the UK Political Science Department, on February 7 by adopting a resolution in his honor authored by Sen Tom Buford (R-Nicholasville).
Part of the Political Science department's series on Social Conflict and Democracy, this panel focuses on the enduring impact that race and slavery hold over U.S. politics. Featuring guest speaker Maya Sen of Harvard, presenting on "The Political Legacy of Southern Slavery," the panel include three Univ. of Kentucky faculty experts as well: Christia Spears Brown (Psychology), Melynda Price (UK Law), and Ray Block (AAAS & Political Science).
Cosponsored by the Quantitative Initiative for Social & Policy Research (QIPSR) and the College of Arts & Science's Keys to Our Common Future initiative.
It's a partnership unlike any other, relying on each other to complete pivotal projects and daily deeds, constantly working together to find solutions.
Stephen Voss is a frequently quoted analyst of Kentucky politics. In recent years, the University of Kentucky associate professor of political science has been interviewed by some of the most prestigious newspapers and broadcast news organizations in the nation,