As this year’s Democratic National Convention gets underway in Denver, Colo., so does an entire conversation across the country about the Democratic as well as the Republican parties and the upcoming election. On Wednesday, Aug. 27 at 8 a.m Professor of Political Science Iva Deutchman, a noted expert on voter demographics and specifically women and voting, will be a guest on the Joy Cardin Show that will discuss the progress women have made as displayed in this year’s national convention as well as the progress that still needs to be made.
The show is featured on Wisconsin Public Radio and airs weekdays from 6 – 9 a.m. On her show, Cardin speaks with a range of policymakers and politicians about contemporary political issues. Cardin and her callers pose important questions to the shows guests, offering listeners a fresh perspective on American politics.
To listen to Deutchman’s interview, click here.
Deutchman holds a Ph.D. and a master’s degree in political science from the University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor’s degree from Hofstra University in political science and economics. She is a professor of 20 plus years who has worked on two continents (Australia and North America). She has a long list of publications in major journals, the latest of which is “Fundamental Christians, Raunch Culture and Post-Industrial Capitalism” in the Journal of Religion and Popular Culture. In recent months, Deutchman has been a regular interviewee on the topic of Sen. Hillary Clinton and the Clinton campaign.
Deutchman will also join a panel of her colleagues to discuss the election in a speaking series held at Irene’s Coffee House in Geneva, N.Y. President Mark D. Gearan as well as Associate Professors of Political Science DeWayne Lucas and Cedric Johnson will join Deutchman for the series running throughout the fall.