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Eloquence and Eminence: Emeritus Faculty Lectures

Partisan Gerrymandering: Its Methods, Consequences, and Future

Event Details

Date
Sunday, October 27, 2019
Time
2-3 p.m.
Location
702 Langdon St., Pyle Center
Description
UW Professor Emerita of Law William Whitford will give a free public talk entitled “Partisan Gerrymandering: Its Methods, Consequences, and Future.” Whitford’s talk is part of “Eloquence and Eminence: Emeritus Faculty Lectures,” an award-winning series sponsored for the last 26 years by the Division of Continuing Studies, the Institute on Aging, and the UW Anonymous Committee. Refreshments will follow the talk. No registration required.
Cost
Free!

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