At this week's research seminar, Andy Rudalevige (author of The New Imperial Presidency: Renewing Presidential Power After Watergate, currently visiting AMS from Dickinson College) will be delivering a paper entitled: 'The "Practical Advantages and Grave Dangers" of the American Executive: Is There a New Imperial Presidency?'
As ever, all are welcome: Wednesday, December 5, Arts 2.51, 4pm.
Plus: advance notice about next week's research seminar. In an end-of-semester spectacular, Will Kaufman from the University of Central Lancashire will be performing his one-man presentation, 'Woody Guthrie: Hard Times and Hard Travellin'.' Will has attracted praise from the likes of Tom Paxton and Pete Seeger, and this promises to be quite a special show. As such, the event is going to be ticketed. Tickets are free, but must be presented for entry on the night as numbers are limited. They can be requested from Phyllida Scrivens on 01953 593564, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note the change of date and venue for this event: Thursday, December 13, John Jarrold Room, UEA Sportspark, 4pm. All welcome.
Have you considered podcasting this event?
Thanks for your comment, Stuart - and thanks for the link, too. This is something we're currently looking into - hopefully, we should be podcasting before too long.
Mr. Rudalevige's lecture was very good. He is very humorous, and I enjoyed it very much. Do we have other political scientists next term? I'm looking forward to that.
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