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US political expert to unravel implications of Trump-Biden election for inaugural University virtual lecture

THE implications of the US presidential race and its impact on the future of democracies worldwide is the subject of a virtual guest lecture at the University of Chichester next week.

The seminar, on Monday 23 November, is the first in a new seminar series hosted entirely online by the University’s department of Humanities’ politics team. It is free for all and will start at 4:30pm via Microsoft Teams.

The lecture is fronted by former Georgian diplomat Dr Nino Kemoklidze, a senior lecturer at Chichester who is now responsible for its new BA (Hons) in Politics and International Relations.

She will be joined by guest speaker Dr Adam Quinn, a leading expert who specialises in American and International Politics at the University of Birmingham.

Dr Kemoklidze said: “These historic elections and their implication on UK-US relations and the wider world will be felt for years to come. In this lecture, we will unravel its influence on US domestic and foreign policies with Dr Adam Quinn, who is a leading expert on American politics with a particular interest in intra-American debates over the role and status of the US in the world order.”

Dr Quinn is a past convenor of the US foreign policy group of the British International Studies Association and authored a book in 2010, US Foreign Policy in Context: National Ideology from the Founders to the Bush Doctrine, which was received with critical acclaim.

To request an e-invite for the lecture contact Dr Nino Kemoklidze at n.kemoklidze@chi.ac.uk. For more about the University of Chichester’s new BA (Hons) in Politics and International Relations go to www.chi.ac.uk/relations.

Event details

  • 4:30pm to 6pm on Monday 23 November.
  • Lecture is free for all and hosted online via Microsoft Team.
  • Led by University of Chichester’s Dr Nino Kemoklidze and University of Birmingham’s Dr Adam Quinn, who is a leading expert on US politics.
  • Contact Dr Kemoklidze at n.kemoklidze@chi.ac.uk for e-invite.