Redistricting, Citizenship, and Solidarity

At this panel discussion, current PPE Research Fellows Nicholas Goedert, Lillian Frost, and Philip Yaure will discuss their work on redistricting, citizenship, and solidarity.

Dr. Goedert’s work, with the use of simulation technology, explores potential tradeoffs between democratic norms in congressional districting. Dr. Frost’s work analyzes the notion of citizenship, in particular its legislation and operation in practice, with a focus on Jordan and refugee groups. Dr. Yaure’s work explores how, under conditions of oppression, confrontation and conflict can be used as ways of building solidarity between groups whose interests are opposed.

The panel discussion will take place on April 17, 2024, from 4-5:30pm, in the Graduate Life Center Multipurpose Room (Graduate Life Center).

Join this informal, yet intellectually rich discussion that will be followed by a public reception. All faculty, students, and members of the public are welcome to attend.

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