University Forum Lecture: Ideology, Propaganda, and the 2016 Elections
The College of Liberal Arts’ University Forum Lecture Series presents Ideology, Propaganda, and the 2016 Elections, a talk by Jason Stanley, professor of philosophy, Yale University.
The 2016 elections will establish a new high for the influence of money in politics. To get elected, candidates must convince voters that what benefits their wealthy donors benefits all Americans. This talk explores how propaganda and ideology function in campaigns dedicated to getting people to vote against their own interests.
This event is free and open to the public.
Sponsored by College of Liberal Arts – Dean’s Office and co-sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, UNLV.