Hot Buttons—And Who's Pushing Them: Women, the Media and the Changing Electorate

Submitted by Stephanie N. Brown

Schedule

Tuesday, January 15th

9-9:45am (Lewis-Sebring) Breakfast

9:45-10am (Friedman Room) Introduction of Nicolle Wallace by faculty co-coordinator Lawrence Douglas

10-12pm (Friedman Room) Wallace lecture 1 "Post-Partisanship—How do we get there?"

12-1:45pm (Lewis-Sebring) Lunch

1:45-2pm (Friedman Room) Introduction of Dee Dee Myers by faculty co-coordinator Lawrence Douglas

2-4pm (Friedman Room) Myers lecture 1"American Politics and the Changing Roles of Partisans, Parties, Polls, the Pundits and the Press"

Wednesday, January 16th

9-9:30am (Keefe Campus Center rm.207) Breakfast

9:30-11:15am (Friedman Room) Wallace Lecture 2 "Crisis Communications:  Lessons Learned Inside the Bush White House"

11:15-11:30am (Keefe Campus Center rm.207) snack/break

11:30-1:15pm (Friedman Room) Myers Lecture 2 "Inside the Bubble:  Lessons Learned on the Campaign Trail and Inside the White House"

1:15-4pm (Alumni House) Lunch/Break

4-6:30pm (Pruyne Lecture Hall) Open Forum "Hot Buttons—And Who's Pushing Them: Women, the Media and the Changing Electorate" followed by Q&A