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Representation and Accountability, the Constituent’s Perspective

This event last occurred Jan. 22, 2019

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The Kramer Lecture Series featuring: Professor Stephen Ansolabehere, The Frank G. Thompson Professor of Government at Harvard University

Stephen Ansolabehere has published extensively on elections, mass media and representation, political economy and public opinion, especially concerning energy and the environment. He is a Carnegie Scholar, a Hoover National Fellow and a Truman Scholar and was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2007. He is the director of the Center for American Political Studies at Harvard, as well as principal investigator of the Cooperative Congressional Election Study.

The Kramer Lecture Series is hosted by the School of Politics and Global Studies. This series is run to honor ASU alumnus and Pi Sigma Alpha member Victor William Kramer.  More information on the Kramer Lecture Series and Pi Sigma Alpha is available on the school’s website.

Alumni Lounge, Memorial Union room 202

For More Information Contact:

Matthew Oxford
School of Politics and Global Studies
moxford@asu.edu
480-727-9901 https://spgs.clas.asu.edu/