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Panel to Address Immigration Policies

Location: Hynson Lounge

March 17, 2015
TONIGHT: Expert James Carafano from the Heritage Foundation will join Washington College faculty for the discussion, which starts at 6:00 p.m. in Decker Theatre.

CHESTERTOWN, MD— On Tuesday, March 17, the Washington College chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society and the Institute for Religion, Politics and Culture at Washington College will co-sponsor a panel discussion, “U.S. Immigration Policies in the 21st Century.”  It will begin at 6:00 p.m. in Hynson Lounge, Hodson Hall, on the College campus, 300 Washington Avenue. 

The panel will feature James Carafano, a vice president for foreign and defense policy studies at the Heritage Foundation, a think-tank that promotes public policies based on conservative principles of free enterprise and limited government.  Carafano, who served 25 years in the U.S. Army, has written several books, most recently Wiki at War: Conflict in a Socially Networked World (Texas A&M University Press, 2012), which explores the impact of the Internet on national security. In addition, he has published many papers, including “Obama’s Destructive Immigration Policy,” and “Krauthammer: Wrong and Right on Border Security.” 

Other panelists will be Washington College faculty members Adalbert “Adi” Mayer, associate professor of economics; Elena Deanda, assistant professor of Spanish and director of the Black Studies Program; and Joseph Prud’homme, associate professor of political science and director of the Institute for Religion, Politics, and Culture.   

Founded in 2013, the Washington College Alexander Hamilton Society is dedicated to driving debate on contemporary issues in foreign, economic, and national fields. The Institute for Religion, Politics, and Culture focuses on religion’s influence on world history and contemporary issues. 

The event is free to the public. For more information about this event or the Alexander Hamilton Society visit washcoll.edu or the chapter’s webpage,  http://ow.ly/JwZiq

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