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POLITICAL COMMUNICATION AND GOVERNANCE IN 21ST CENTURYAMERICA Proposed program for visitors from Spain, May 2008 Sponsored by the International Program in Governance and Policy (IPGP), Department of Government, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

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Sunday

Arrive Washington DC | Transportation from airport

Day 1 M o n d a y

Day 2 T u e s d a y

Breakfast at Hotel Shuttle to Campus

Breakfast at Hotel Shuttle to Campus 9:00

Campus Tour

9:30

Welcome/Orientation

10:00-12:00

Lecture: Fundamentals of the American Political System Professor Eusebio MujalLeon, Department of Government

12:00-1:00

Lunch

Afternoon

Walking Tour of Monuments/National Mall Smithsonian Museums

Day 3 W e d n e s d a y

9:30-11:30

Lecture: The Media and American Politics Professor Jonathan Ladd, Department of Government

12:00-1:00

Lunch

Afternoon

Fieldtrip/Briefing at the Newseum Roundtable with working TV journalists

Day 4 T h u r s d a y

Breakfast at Hotel Shuttle to Campus 9:00-11:00

Lecture: 21st Century Political Communication Techniques Professor Stephen Farnsworth, Culture, Communication and Technology

11:30

Lunch

Afternoon

Fieldtrips to PR/Political Communication Firm

Day 5 F r i d a y

Breakfast at Hotel Shuttle to Campus

Breakfast at Hotel Shuttle to Campus

9:00-11:00

Lecture: Congressional Campaigns Professor Michael Bailey, Department of Government

9:00-11:00 Lecture: Presidential Campaigns Professor Stephen Wayne, Department of Government

11:30

Lunch/Faculty Club

11:30

Afternoon

Fieldtrip/Briefings on Capitol Hill

Afternoon Fieldtrip to Republican and Democratic Campaign HQ

Lunch


POLITICAL COMMUNICATION AND GOVERNANCE IN 21ST CENTURYAMERICA Proposed program for visitors from Spain, May 2008 Sponsored by the International Program in Governance and Policy (IPGP), Department of Government, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

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Day 8 W e d n e s d a y

Day 9 T h u r s d a y

Day 10 F r i d a y

11:30 Afternoon

Sunday

Lecture: The 2008 Elections Professor Wilcox, Department of Government Lunch Fieldtrips to Interest Groups

Breakfast at Hotel Shuttle to Campus

Breakfast at Hotel Shuttle to Campus

Breakfast at Hotel Shuttle to Campus

Lecture: U.S. Foreign Policy after Bush Professor Robert Lieber, Department of Government

9:00-11:00

Political Communication Workshop I

Morning

Fieldtrip to American Society of Newspaper Editors

Morning

11:30

Lunch

12:00

Lunch

12:00

11:30

Lunch

2:00-4:00

Political Communication Workshop I

Afternoon

Fieldtrip to domestic politics NGO

2:00-4:00

Afternoon

Fieldtrip to Brookings/Carnegie

9:00-11:00

4:00-5:00

Fieldtrip to another NGO Lunch Concluding Roundtable Discussion Professor Mujal-Leon, Department of Government Farewell Reception

Sunday

9:00-11:00

Free Time

Breakfast at Hotel Shuttle to Campus

Breakfast at Hotel Shuttle to Campus

Depart Washington DC | Transportation from airport

Free Time

Saturday

Free Time

Saturday

Day 6 M o n d a y


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