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Thought on Tap: Future Visions of Politics and People

Thought on Tap: Future Visions of Politics and People

Thought on Tap is a public engagement series organized by the Core Humanities Program at the University of Nevada, Reno bringing together diverse faculty, staff, students, and community members for important conversations around timely topics.

On April 9, a special Thought on Tap will take place at the Nevada Museum of Art in which we will ask local experts to discuss how politics and people’s role in politics may change and develop in the future. Some questions to be addressed are: How will social media shape the way that individuals engage with politics? What role will public protests and popular movements have in influencing political action? How will advancements in technology and communication affect the way that politics function in the twenty-first century and beyond?         

Thought on Tap is brought to you by the Core Humanities Program, the College of Liberal Arts. You will find additional information, including a full schedule at www.thoughtontap.com. Podcasts and transcripts of past episodes are now available on the Core Humanities website: Thought on Tap Archives.

This program will be held in the Wayne L. Prim Theater.

April 9, 2020 5:30 – 7 pm
FREE General