American Elections Academic Symposium, 2017
Broken: Barriers, Parties, and Conventional Wisdom in 2016
On March 18, 2017, Saint Anselm College will host the third academic symposium in its American Election series. This year's conference, entitled Broken: Barriers, Parties, and the Conventional Wisdom in 2016 will explore the dynamics of the 2016 elections, including trends at the national and state levels, focusing on how this election broke new ground and turned the convention wisdom on its head. The conference will be held at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, which has served as ground zero for New Hampshire's first-in-the nation primary. The symposium format is designed to facilitate feedback and discussion; therefore participants are expected to attend the full day of sessions.
Conference presentations will focus on: 1) What is the conventional wisdom on the topic; and, 2) Did the conventional wisdom hold in 2016.
Schedule, Fees, and Accomodations
Start time: The Conference begins at 8 a.m.
Registration: To register for the conference as either a presenter or non-presenter, please complete the registration form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference Fees: $150.00 (presenters); $100.00 (non-presenters). This includes all meals for the day.
The fee can be paid online at anselm.afford.com/paynow?storeid=1407 or by check, payable to:
Saint Anselm College
Attn: Tauna Sisco, #1677
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102
For participants needing hotel accommodations, please contact the Radisson Hotel Manchester Downtown, 700 Elm Street, Manchester, N.H. 03101. Reservations may be made by phone 1-800-333-3333. Please indicate that you are with the American Elections 2016 Conference. For online reservations, visit www.radisson.com/manchesternh and use the promotional code AE0317. Single/Double room rate is $129.00/night, Triple Rate $139.00, Quad Rate $149.00. Reservations are due by Friday, Feb. 24, 2017.
The college will provide transportation for participants from the hotel to the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on Saturday.