Tuesday, November 7, 2023 at 12:30pm to 2:00pm
William W. Knight Law Center, 110
1515 Agate Street, Eugene, OR 97403
Predictions and analysis with an all-star panel featuring UO professors and policy experts Stuart Chinn, Alison Gash, Chandler James, Neil O'Brian, and Dan Tichenor.
Stuart Chinn is the Frank Nash Professor of Law. He writes and teaches about constitutional law, legislation, and legal and political history. The author of Recalibrating Reform: The Limits of Social Change (Cambridge), his work has also appeared in many peer-reviewed venues and law reviews.
Alison Gash is a professor of political science whose research focuses on the intersection of law and social policy. She is the author of Below the Radar: How Silence Can Save Civil Rights (Oxford) and her work has appeared in Newsweek, Politico, Fortune, Washington Monthly, Slate, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, and The Conversation.
Chandler James is an assistant professor of political science who specializes in American politics, with a focus on the U.S. presidency. His research has been published in Presidential Studies Quarterly and has been supported by the American Political Science Association, the University of Chicago Council on Advanced Studies, and the Bradley Foundation.
Neil O’Brian is an assistant professor of political science who studies U.S. politics, focusing on public opinion, political parties and polarization. Neil’s recent work examines how people’s perceptions of politics and current events affect their political attitudes. He is writing a book on the 1960s racial realignment and its effect on party polarization.
Daniel Tichenor is the Philip H. Knight Chair of Social Science and a Senior Scholar and Program Director at the Wayne Morse Center. He has published numerous books and articles on national political institutions, social movements, immigration, labor, and civil rights. His most recent books are Rivalry and Reform (Chicago) and with Alison Gash, Democracy's Child (Oxford).