One week before the election, join AMCS for our second Zoom-based Americanist Dinner Forum of the fall semester: "Faith, Hollywood, and Presidential Rhetoric in the 2020 Election.” This roundtable discussion will feature Professor Kathryn Brownell, of Purdue University, who is the editor of the Washington Post “Made by History” and author of "Showbiz Politics: Hollywood in American Political Life," in conversation with Washington University Professors Wayne Fields, author of "Union of Words: A History of Presidential Eloquence"; and Abram Van Engen, author of "City on a Hill: A History of American Exceptionalism" to discuss how Hollywood celebrity, presidential rhetoric and American Exceptionalism have shaped the 2020 Presidential election and beyond. The event will be moderated by AMCS Director Professor Lerone Martin. The conversation will be followed by Q &A with our audience.
This event is free and open to the public. To receive the webinar link please REGISTER HERE.
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