A woman’s place … is in the White House:
Gender and the 2016 Presidential Elections

Professor Minita Sanghvi lectures on gender and the 2016 elections in A More Perfect Union, Tang Teaching Museum, November 1, 2016, photo by Andrzej Pilarczyk

A Talk by Minita Sanghvi

Minita Sanghvi, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management and Business at Skidmore College, delivers a talk exploring gender in this year’s presidential elections. Sanghvi teaches courses such as “Foundations of Marketing,” “Advertising and Promotion,” and “Sexing Politics.” She received her doctorate from the University of North Carolina Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics and a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies from Duke University. Her dissertation, “Marketing the Female Politician: An Exploration of Gender, Appearance, and Power,” won the Best Dissertation Award at UNCG. She is currently working on a book about Gender and Political Marketing in the United States: From Susan B Anthony to Hillary Clinton.

This event is a part of A More Perfect Union and is free an open to the public.

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