A Non-Peaceful Transition

a virtual panel open to students, alumni, parents and friends

This fall, the Center for the Study of American Democracy, in conjunction with the Office of Alumni and Parent Engagement, hosted a series of six virtual panel discussions focused on the November elections. 

In response to the events at our Capitol last Wednesday, we will continue those conversations in a virtual panel discussion on Thursday,  Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. ET. We'll explore the implications of efforts by the President and many of his supporters to overturn the presidential election including the violent storming of the Capitol to prevent Congress from naming the President-elect and what these may mean for the peaceful transfer of power, the rule of law and the future of American democracy.

Panelists will include:

  • Paul Brown '86, executive director, Special Initiatives, University of Maryland School of Public Policy
  • James Ceaser '67 H'02, professor of politics, University of Virginia
  • Larry James, managing partner, Crabbe, Brown & James LLP
  • Courtney J. Kealy '89, foreign correspondent
  • Charles Stimson '86, senior legal fellow and manager, National Security Law Program, Institute for Constitutional Government.
  • David Rowe, Kenyon College professor of political science and director of the Center for the Study of American Democracy (Moderator)

This event is still evolving and additional panelists may be added leading up to the event date.

Please RSVP by filling out the fields below and clicking "Submit." Contact the Alumni Office at alumni@kenyon.edu with any questions.

Event Details
WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. ET

Kenyon College reserves the right to use any photograph or video taken at this event on their website and/or social media accounts without the expressed written permission of those included within the photograph or video.


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