Dissecting chaos: An interdisciplinary look at the attack on the U.S. Capitol
Faculty from five schools at the University took part in a virtual panel discussion to unpack the policies, messages, and conditions that led to the events of Jan. 6.
Mailing it in: Getting the word out on getting the ballots in
A new study by political scientists Daniel Hopkins and Marc Meredith shows an inexpensive postcard campaign can boost mail-in voting.
Inauguration Day: History, meaning, and significance
David Eisenhower, professor at the Annenberg School and grandson of the former president, offers his observations on the historic occasion
Capitol attack: Where does American democracy go from here?
As the nation processes the unprecedented mob attack on the U.S. Capitol, many are wondering what happens now for America. Legal scholar Claire Finkelstein shares her thoughts on the siege and its effects on democracy.
Pussy Riot co-founder talks politics, prison time, and protests
In a virtual talk hosted by the Andrea Mitchell Center, Nadya Tolokonnikova, a co-founder of the Russian punk protest group Pussy Riot, had a wide-ranging conversation with Penn’s Kevin M.F. Platt.