King's Hour: The Trouble with Trump
September 26, 2017
King’s University College welcomes you to join us for a 30-minute expert panel discussion, followed by Q&A, on the Donald Trump presidency in the United States. Scholars will discuss aspects of the most divisive and chaotic American presidency of the modern period. This event is part of King’s Hour held on Wednesday September 27, 2017 at 3:30 p.m.
Panel scholars and their discussion titles:
- Dr. Graham Broad, King’s Associate Professor of History – “The Knucklehead with the Nukes”
- Dr. Jacquie Newman, King’s Associate Professor of Political Science – “The Undemocratic Impulses of Populism”
- Dr. Scott Kline, Vice President Academic and Dean of St. Jerome’s University “Hillbillies, Evangelicals, and Donald Trump”
King’s Hour is a series of culturally and academically engaging lectures, discussions or performances of common interest to the entire King’s community. King’s Hour will take place in the Joanne and Peter Kenny Theatre, located in the Darryl J. King Student Life Centre, 266 Epworth Ave, London, ON. The talk will start at 3:30 p.m. and end at 4:20 p.m. Parking for media is available in Lot 1, on the north side of Epworth Avenue.