Don’t miss this fantastic panel discussion happening Thursday Nov. 19th on religion and the 2020 election. It’s cohosted by our own Amanda Friesen and SLA colleague Andrew Whitehead (Department of Sociology) with outstanding guest speakers Jamil W. Drake (Florida State University) and Janelle Wong (University of Maryland).
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Religion & the 2020 Election
November 19th at 3:00 – 4:00 pm (Eastern)
Religion and politics are intimately intertwined in American civic life, especially when it comes to presidential elections. In this “Religion &” panel, we’ll unpack the 2020 Election focusing on questions like: What role did religion play in the U.S. election? Which candidates and campaigns reflected religious themes? How did religious Americans vote? Join social science and humanities scholars for a conversation about election results and the aftermath.