Ask A Political Scientist: Immigration and citizenship in tough times
Due to the coronavirus, please call to ensure this event is still happening before you leave home.
WHAT: Every Thursday, join stand-up comedian and political scientist Andrea Jones-Rooy as she takes on today's big questions through a political science lens. She's got new topics, and new guest political scientists and comedians each week, and the floor is always open to questions from you.
This week’s topic: Immigration and citizenship in tough times
What does it mean to be a good democratic citizen, and who gets to become one? How do our perceived civic duties change when democracy is under threat? Where do we get our ideas about what we "ought" to do (vote? wear masks?) in the first place?
Our guest this week is Sara Wallace Goodman, Ph.D., an expert in immigration, citizenship, integration, and multiculturalism in the US and Europe. She's joining us to talk about her recent research on the influence of partisanship on how we perceive civic duty, as well as her ongoing real-time research on partisan responses to Covid-19.
We're joined by comedian Keith Price for an important discussion of citizenship, partisanship, multiculturalism, and our civic duty during hard times.
What do you think?
The Jen Kirkman Dysfunctional Xmas Show at Online Location Live - via livestream
Join Jen Kirkman and her surprise guests for the variety show filled with comedy, stories, sketch, music and more that brings together both lovers and haters of the holiday season! The long running Dy...
Holiday Cocktails in the Greenroom at Zoom
We made it through 2020! Celebrate the end of this unprecedented year at “Holiday Cocktails in the Greenroom,” a virtual happy hour. Participate from the comfort of your own home and make our signat...
Free Online Roast of Home Alone at Online
We will be roasting 'HARRY POTTER: ATCOS' for FREE online and you are invited! The roast will be aired over a Vimeo stream at 7pm Pacific. You will be emailed the free link for the show when you subm...