The Rhetorical Presidency of the Early Republic

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  • A Symposium, "The Rhetorical Presidency of the Early Republic," co-hosted by the Institute for the Arts and Humanities and the Center for Democratic Deliberation,  will be held at the Palmer Lipcon Auditorium on Friday, March 26 from 9:00 am-4:30 pm. This full-day symposium will bring together a group of outstanding scholars; feel free to come to either the morning of afternoon session if you can't stay the entire time.
A detailed schedule of the day can be found at: http://cdd.la.psu.edu/IAH%20Symposium.shtml

Featured speakers will include:

Stephen H. Browne (Penn State University)
Christopher Castiglia (Penn State University)
Stephen Hartnett (University of Colorado, Denver)
William Pencak (Penn State University)
Philippe-Joseph Salazar (University of Cape Town)
C. Jan Swearingen (Texas A&M University) 

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