Constitutional Hypocrisy and the Ethics of Constitutional Citizenship
You are invited to attend a talk and discussion, Constitutional Hypocrisy and the Ethics of Constitutional Citizenship on September 29 at 6:30pm at the VTRC. This talk addresses an important phenomenon hypocrisy by political actors concerning the meaning of constitutional processes like impeachment and war powers, identifies its connection to American constitutional politics, and puzzles through what some of the implications might be for citizens.
The talk will include members of the PAPA 6414 Normative Foundations Master of Public Administration course, but is open to all students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests.
Speaker: Connor Ewing, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
Discussant: Karen Hult, Professor and Chair, Center for Public Administration and Policy, Virginia Tech
Convener: Patrick Roberts, Professor, Center for Public Administration and Policy, Virginia Tech
With audience discussion
Given the limited capacity and need to order catering, please RSVP whether you will attend in person or via Zoom here:
Sponsored by the Center for Public Administration and Policy and the Jack Miller Center