For a second year, the Division of Politics, Philosophy and Public Affairs (PPPA) has joined with UWT’s Institute for Global Engagement and Tacoma’s World Affairs Council to bring to the campus and broader community three Global Classroom events. Each provides a forum for informed discussion about topical issues confronting the global community.
The first event tackles this summer’s alarming and perplexing attempted coup in Turkey, and the political developments that ensued. It takes place Monday November 21st in UWT’s Jane Russell Commons, and is free and open to the public. More detail on the series is found below. Contact Will McGuire (email@example.com) for further information.
|Monday Nov 21
5:30pm | 7:00 pm
Jane Russell Commons/William Philip Hall
|The Political Crisis in Turkey
Speakers: Etga Ugur, Professor of Comparative Politics, UW Tacoma
Filiz Kahraman, PhD candidate in Political Science, UW Seattle
Onur Bakiner, Professor of Political Science, Seattle U
Moderator: Judge Ron Culpepper, Pierce County Superior Court