Panel: "How a Rhetoric of Fear Increasingly Shapes Our Culture and Our Politics" Monday, November 13, 2017, 4 – 5:30pm
Panel: "How a Rhetoric of Fear Increasingly Shapes Our Culture and Our Politics"
Campus Location:Voorhies Hall
Room:126
Location of Event:UC Davis Campus
Cost:Free
Contact Email:randersen@ucdavis.edu
Contact Phone #:530-754-6903
Event Type:Forums, Discussions and Information Sessions
Presented by:Rhetoric@Davis
Sponsored by:Rhetoric, University Writing and American Studies programs, sociology and communication departments, and Institute of Social Sciences

This is among a series of 2017-18 events organized by Rhetoric@Davis and focused on public rhetoric. The series began with Sasha Abramsky's Nov. 7 lecture of the same title, and this panel discussion is a follow-up to that lecture. The program includes Abramsky's summary of key points from his lecture, followed by an interdisciplinary panel offering different cultural, social, political and/or technological perspectives.

Panelists: Tom Beamish, associate professor, Department of Sociology; Chris Thaiss, professor emeritus, University Writing Program; and Jingwen Zhang, assistant professor, Department of Communication.

Read more in this article from the College of Letters and Science.

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