Georgetown’s Institute of Politics and Public Service Launches Series
Exploring the Intersection of Politics and Identity
The Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics) at the McCourt School of Public Policy is excited to launch identiTEA, a new discussion series exploring the intersection of politics and identity! A Georgetown student-conceived and led discussion series, identiTEA seeks to spotlight issues surrounding identity, how it shapes political discourse, as well as how it informs students' engagement with politics and public service—all over a hot cup of tea!
The series will officially kick off on Wednesday, January 30th with "Identity in the Shifting Political Landscape," an introduction to the identiTEA series. We'll be joined by Eugene Scott (Political Reporter, The Washington Post’s The Fix; GU Politics Spring ‘18 Fellow) and explore how identity is perceived through a political lens.
About the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service:
The Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics) connects and empowers students and the community in an effort to improve and reimagine politics and public service and reaffirm its promise. Founded as part of Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy in the fall of 2015, GU Politics programming is open to the entire University community.