What happens on election night and the days following will raise important questions about what happened and why, and how we can all begin to move our democracy forward together. The SNF Agora Institute, in partnership with Hopkins at Home, is inviting students, faculty, staff, and alumni to bring their questions to experts from Johns Hopkins and the University of Baltimore School of Law, using a flexible AMA-style platform that allows them to ask questions as they arise, and on their own schedules.
We’ve set up a discussion board and are enlisting experts who are looking forward to answering your questions, sharing their answers for all to see. The virtual bulletin board will be active for the three weekdays following Election Day. You can submit your question at any time during that period and simply check back later for an answer; experts will post their answers within a day’s time.
Questions and answers will be public, and though we can’t guarantee that all questions will be answered, moderators will be coordinating with experts to answer as many of your questions as possible. No question is too big or too small; we want this to be a space where you can go to better understand all facets of the election.
SNF Agora welcomes a diversity of thought and opinions, however we do ask that your questions and comments remain respectful and on-topic. We reserve the right to delete any questions that are demeaning, harassing/hostile, or derogatory in nature.
Meet the Experts:
- Robert J. Barbera, Lecturer and Director, Center for Financial Economics, Johns Hopkins University
- Bryce Corrigan, Senior Statistician and Lecturer, SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University
- Hahrie Han, Inaugural Director, SNF Agora Institute & Professor, Department of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University
- Martha S. Jones, Society of Black Alumni Presidential Professor and Professor of History and SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University
- Peter Levine, SNF Agora Visiting Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Lincoln Filene Professor of Citizenship & Public Affairs in Tufts University’s Jonathan Tisch College of Civic Life
- Daniel Schlozman, Joseph and Bertha Bernstein Associate Professor of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University
- Kimberly Wehle, Professor of Law, University of Baltimore School of Law