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PSA Annual Lecture 2020 - "The 2020 US Elections and the Future of American Democracy"


Nov 25, 2020 06:04 PM

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Pippa Norris
Paul F. McGuire Lecturer in Comparative Politics @Harvard University
Pippa Norris is a comparative political scientist who has taught at Harvard for more than a quarter century. She is the Paul F. McGuire Lecturer in Comparative Politics at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and Founding Director of the Electoral Integrity Project, Director of the Global Party Survey, Co-Director of the TrustGov Project and on the Executive of the World Values Survey. Her research compares public opinion and elections, political institutions and cultures, gender politics, and political communications in many countries worldwide. She is ranked the 5th most cited political scientist worldwide, according to Google scholar. Major career honors include, amongst others, the Skytte prize, IPSA’s Karl Deutsch award, fellowship of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, APSA’s Charles Merriam award and the Samuel Eldersfeld lifetime achievement award, and the PSA’s Sir Isaiah Berlin award. For more information: https://www.pippanorris.com/
Huw Edwards
Presenter @BBC Ten O’Clock News
Broadcaster Huw Edwards, a graduate of Cardiff University, has been a television journalist for 30 years. He presents BBC News at Ten, Britain's most-watched news programme, and combines his studio duties with global reporting assignments. In recent years, Huw has presented the main ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympic Games; he anchored the BBC coverage of the Royal Wedding (awarded a BAFTA for Best Coverage of a Live Event); he led coverage of the inauguration of President Obama; his recent series The Story of Wales was the first television history of Wales for 25 years and has won several awards. Huw spent 12 years reporting politics for BBC News during a period which included Margaret Thatcher's downfall and the rise of Tony Blair. Huw is the BBC's voice at Trooping the Colour, the Festival of Remembrance, and the State Opening of Parliament.