Speakers include Zephyr Teachout, Fordham Law School, and Sarah Igoe, Department of History, Vanderbilt University.
Political Machines brings together scholars, government policymakers, campaign strategists, and members of the news media to focus on the historic and contemporary role of technology in the electoral process. Our sessions employ formats typically seen on the campaign trail, including a keynote address; stump speeches; and interactive “town hall” Q&A sessions with our speakers. And an audience response system will give you a vote on various questions posed during the symposium!
The program and more information are here.