Nancy Snow: Persuader-in-Chief: Deconstructing Trumpaganda
Date: Thursday, March 9, 2017
Time: 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. (doors open at 7:00 p.m.)
Venue: Temple University Japan Campus, Azabu Hall 1F Parliament (access)
Speaker: Nancy Snow, Adjunct Fellow of the Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies (ICAS) and Pax Mundi (World Peace) Professor of Public Diplomacy, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
Moderator: Robert Dujarric, Director of ICAS
Admission: Free. Open to public
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As a follow-up to her May 9, 2016 talk at Temple University Japan Campus, politics and media expert Dr. Nancy Snow will discuss Trump’s persuasion and propaganda expectations. Snow is a former Department of State official and a Trump watcher for a quarter of a century. She will explain Trump’s American style and how it appeals and repels the American people. Is he destined for a mess as president or will he surprise, just as he did on Election Day 2016?
If you missed her talk on May 9, 2016, you may want to watch a event video here.
Nancy Snow (Ph.D., International Relations) is Adjunct Fellow in the Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies and Pax Mundi (World Peace) Professor of Public Diplomacy, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies. Snow, a former Department of State official, is a specialist in international persuasion, nation branding, and propaganda studies. She is author or editor of eleven books, including Japan’s Information War. Snow holds a Professor Emeritus appointment in communications at California State University, Fullerton and advises Tokyo-based Langley Esquire on leadership, media relations and public affairs. For further information visit http://www.nancysnow.com and follow her on http://www.twitter.com/drpersuasion