Election Watch: US Politics Web Series with special guest Mia Love

Part of the series

When

1.00pm–2.00pm

3 July 2020

Type

Webinar

Cost

Free but registration is essential

Mia Love, the first Black Republican Congresswoman is joining the conversation with the United States Studies Centre and Perth USAsia Centre for a special extended edition of the US Politics Web Series.

The United States Studies Centre and Perth USAsia Centre are pleased to invite you to the next edition of their monthly web series in which we will review the latest in US politics with a focus on the upcoming US Election and US-Indo-Pacific relations.

Featuring

  • Mia Love
    Mia Love
    Non-Resident Senior Fellow, United States Studies Centre

    Mia Love served as the US Representative for Utah's 4th district from 2015-2019. She was the first black female Republican elected to Congress. At the start of the 2015 Congress, she was appointed to the House Financial Services Committee, which oversees the Treasury and the Federal Reserve. She also joined the Congressional Black Caucus after taking her seat.

  • Professor Simon Jackman
    Professor Simon Jackman
    Chief Executive Officer, United States Studies Centre

    Professor Simon Jackman commenced as CEO of the US Studies Centre in April 2016. Between 1996 and 2016, he was a Professor of Political Science and Statistics at Stanford University. Jackman's teaching and research centres on public opinion, election campaigns, political participation, and electoral systems with special emphasis on American and Australian politics.

  • Professor Gordon Flake
    Professor Gordon Flake
    Chief Executive Officer, Perth USAsia Centre

    L. Gordon Flake is the founding CEO of the Perth USAsia Centre, a position he assumed in January 2014. He was previously Executive Director of the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation, a Senior Fellow and Associate Director of the Program on Conflict Resolution at The Atlantic Council of the United States and prior to that Director for Research and Academic Affairs at the Korea Economic Institute of America.

 

Part of the series

Election Watch

Since 2008 the United States Studies Centre has been helping make sense of the US presidential elections with a series of events featuring Centre experts and visitors.

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