What can social science do for the new president of the USA?
The Annual Debate of the Academy of the Social Sciences
George Edwards, Andrew Rudalevige, Rob Singh, Dilys Hill, Jenel Virden
Monday 9th March 18.30 – 20.00
British Library Conference Centre
Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
A transatlantic panel considers the question: ‘What can social science do for the new president of the USA?’ Professors George Edwards (Texas A&M University & Oxford), Andrew Rudalevige (Dickinson College), Rob Singh (London), Dilys Hill (Southampton) and Jenel Virden (Hull) will introduce topics for discussion on the possible policies and actions the new presidential administration, just 50 days into its term of office. The debate will be followed by a wine reception.
Presented by the Academy of the Social Sciences and the Eccles Centre for American Studies, The British Library with the generous support of the ESRC as part of the 2009 Festival of Social Science. £6 / £4 concessions Tickets may be purchased online at http://boxoffice.bl.uk/; by phone at 01937 546546; or in person from the information desk in the British Library Entrance Hall, Euston Road, London.