Events

Public Lecture by Professor Geoffrey Garrett

Summary

What’s at stake in the US Presidential Election?

Start Date

25th Sep 2012 5:30pm

End Date

25th Sep 2012 6:30pm

Venue

Sovereign Room, Hobart Function and Conference Centre, Elizabeth St Pier, Hobart

RSVP / Contact Information

Enquiries: Richard Eccleston Richard.eccleston@utas.edu.au

‘What’s at stake in the US Presidential Election?’

presented by

Professor Geoffrey Garrett

Founding CEO of the US Studies Centre and Executive Dean of the University of Sydney Business School.

Professor Garrett is widely regarded as Australia’s leading commentator on American Politics. A dual citizen of Australia and the US Professor Garrett was born and raised in Canberra completing his undergraduate degree at ANU before completing a PhD at Duke University on a Fulbright Scholarship. He has held appointments at Oxford, Stanford and Yale and served on the New York-based Council on International Relations before returning to Australia. Professor Garrett is one of the most influential political economy scholars of his generation and whose pioneering research has had a profound impact on our understanding of the impact of globalisation on domestic politics.

Enquiries: Richard Eccleston Richard.eccleston@utas.edu.au