First Monday: Women in the 2020 Election: Identity, Stereotypes and Expectations

Monday, October 05, 2020 - 5:15pm to 6:45pm

Zoom link will be provided when you RSVP


 If the 2018 election was another “Year of the Woman,” what does that make 2020? In this talk, Assistant Professor of Political Science Emily Baer examines what lessons can be gleaned from the historic 2020 Democratic presidential nominations race, the continued salience of gender in this fall’s election, and expectations for women’s representation in elected office in the future. 

If you plan to attend, kindly RSVP by emailing humanities.center@unh.edu or by leaving a message at 603-862-4356.  You will then be provided with a Zoom link and password.

The Center for the Humanities usually hosts First Monday events at the Three Chimneys Inn in Durham and is currently hosting them on Zoom.  The events center around short, informal talks by faculty members, designed to give colleagues a window into their work.  We reserve time at the end for questions and conversation.  

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Contact Info
Umans, Katie
603-862-4356