Tuesday, March 2, 2021
3 - 4:30 p.m.
Zoom link will be provided upon registration
Join us for an interdisciplinary roundtable discussion on the events and aftermath of the attack at the U.S. Capitol and the impeachment and acquittal of former President Trump. Bridgewater State University faculty with diverse disciplinary perspectives will discuss the ideologies and rhetoric that led up to the violence in our nation’s capital on January 6, as well as the widespread implications of the insurrection and the ongoing threats.
Discussants: Dr. Jackie Boivin (Elementary & Early Childhood Education), Dr. Diana Fox (Anthropology), Dr. Brian Frederick (Political Science), Dr. Mark Kemper (Political Science), Dr. Maggie Lowe (History), Dr. Kevin McGowan (Elementary & Early Childhood Education), Dr. Thomas Nester (History), Dr. Mia Ortiz (Criminal Justice), and Dr. Ian Saxine (History)
Moderators: Dr. Jenny Shanahan (Center for Transformative Learning), Dr. Wing-kai To (Minnock Institute for Global Engagement)
Registration is required to receive the Zoom meeting link. Register here.
This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Transformative Learning, the Minnock Institute for Global Engagement and the Martin Richard Institute for Social Justice.