The results of the 2016 election took even seasoned political observers by surprise. How are we to understand the rapid rise of Donald Trump and the political movement that he leads? How will Trump’s victory affect the United States and the rest of the world? What can the past teach us about what we can expect in the future? Join the faculty of the Department of History at the University of Chicago in a series of conversations about Trump and what lies

Part I: Understanding the Trump Phenomenon
Friday, December 2, 2016, 1–3 PM
Math-Stats Building, room 112
5727 S. University Avenue

Fredrik Albritton Jonsson
Kathleen Belew
Paul Cheney
Adam Green
Faith Hillis

Part II: Contexts and Consequences will be held in January (date to be determined). It will feature Jane Dailey, Jonathan Lyon, Moishe Postone, Mauricio Tenorio, and Tara Zahra.

The accessible entrance for the Math-Stats Building is located on the south side of building.