The 2016 election highlighted the power of group identity to shape our electoral outcomes; but it also fostered an environment that has challenged us, as a nation, to break down barriers to communication and conversation. How do we create space to have dialogue across the various areas of identity? What do we make of free speech during a time where certain groups feel vulnerable as a result of national conversations over controversial topics? Are there some groups that don’t deserve to be protected, or who lack political legitimacy? These questions become critical to the preservation and advancement of our democracy as we move forward.
The conference will be held on November 9-11, 2017 in Savannah, GA.
Conference Site and Hotel Information
Conference sessions will be held in at the Doubletree Hotel Savannah Historic District and the Hilton Garden Inn Historic District. The block of rooms available at the GPSA discount are sold out. Additional lodging options can be found on the Visit Savannah website.
The conference program will be posted here as soon as they are available. If you have not already, please sign up for GPSA email updates list to make sure you conference announcements.