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Tuesday
Oct092018

Kathleen Hall Jamieson double feature! Plus Carl Zimmer & Sarah Smaga

Kathleen Hall Jamieson, the director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the Unviersity of Pennsylvania, will be doing two events here at Yale tomorrow. The first will be a public lecture on how Russian interference affected the result of the 2016 presidential election, the subject of her latest book; the second a panel discussion, with Carl Zimmer, science writer for the New York Times, and Sarah Smaga, a Ph.D. candidate in  Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and former president of the Yale Science Diplomats.

If you are in town & or can get here from where you are, definitely attend! 

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Reader Comments (2)

Can't get there, but would be interested to know what she says in the lecture about the principle of free speech.

Does 'free speech' apply to Russians, too? (Or for that matter, to Yemeni-born British ex-MI6 agents...)

Thanks.

October 10, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterNiV

Instead of Ms Jamieson - Russia-dunnit! - next time invite Molly McKew, of Kavanaugh-dunnit fame:
https://www.wired.com/story/information-terrorists-trying-to-reshape-america/

October 13, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterEcoute Sauvage

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