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77th Annual Conference of the
New York State Political Science Association (NYSPSA)
"American Democracy in Crisis: The Case for Rethinking Madisonian Government"
Wagner College, NY
Can this Constitution be Saved?
The Need & Prospects of Constitutional Amendment in the U.S. Featuring, Sanford Levinson (Texas) J. Abramson (Texas) W. Codrington III (Brooklyn) C. Fredrick son (Georgetown) W. Galston (Brookings) M. Graber (Maryland) S. Griffin (Tulane) J. Hochschild (Harvard) S. Krakoff (Colorado) S. Levitsky (Harvard) J. Suk (Fordham) J. Sheehan Zaino (Iona)
"Beyond the Red & Blue Divided" featured an in-depth discussion on where our country stands as we head into mid-term elections between two former rivals, Westchester County Executive/NY Republican nominee for governor, Rob Astorino & Mayor of New Rochelle, Noam Bramson. IUTV Special Report
The public’s disenchantment with and distrust of American government is at an all-time high and who can blame them? Jeanne joins the OGW to discuss the need & prospects for constitutional reform
Jeanne was honored to speak at the home of the Father of our Constitution. In a talk sponsored by James Madison's Montpelier & the Center for the Constitution, Jeanne led a discussion about her latest research & Madison’s outsized impact on our politics today.
In her latest talk entitled, "How Did We Get Here? The State of the World Beyond the Red & Blue Divide," Jeanne examines the latest data on democratic backsliding & what can be done to reverse this trend.
Jeanne joined the ITPS's Book Talks series for a discussion of American Democracy in Crisis: The Case for Rethinking Madisonian Government (Palgrave Macmillan). Co-hosted by the Huguenot & New Rochelle Historical Association.
Just prior to the election, Jeanne was invited to address the Business Council of Westchester as part of their "Political Leadership Series: Road to the White House & the Battle for the US Senate and Congress".
Jeanne was invited to discuss her latest book at the Noah Webster House. The talk was co-sponsored by the NWH & the West Hartford Historical Society.
Jeanne was invited by the Department of State to speak about the state of American elections to members of the foreign press gathered at the NY Foreign Press Center, United Nations Plaza
Sponsored by the ITPS, the Huguenot & NR Historical Association, & IU, “Legacies of the Constitution” was a discussion in commemoration of Constitution Day.