Elliott, Nathan and Nadolny, Daniel and Wills, Bernard and Savic, Ivan and Pope, Johnathan and Percy, Ingrid Mary and Robinson, Laura and Bodner, John and White, Bonnie and Keske, Catherine and Jacobsen, Ken and Kendall, Lynn (2016) Trump-osium: Exploring the phenomena that is Donald Trump (Part I). [Video] (Unpublished)
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Trump-osium is an investigation by 13 academics from eight different disciplines on the phenomenon that is Donald Trump. Nathan R. Elliott, English: The always coming American strong man in Octavia Butler's Parable novels Daniel Nadolny, Psychology: Trump's Tricks of Psychological Persuasion Bernard Wills, Philosophy: Islamophobic Trump Trump supporters are powerfully energized by the idea of a fundamental conflict between Islam and the West. What is the nature and motivation of this belief? Is it the new 'antisemitism'? Is it grounded in reality? Ivan Savic, Political Science: Institutionalizing Trump John Pope, English: Trump, Nostalgic Masculinity, and 1980s Films Ingrid Percy, Fine Arts: Art Without Borders: Three Women Artists from North America - Frida Kahlo, Georgia O'Keeffe, Emily Carr Laura Robinson, Dean of School of Arts and Social Science: The Naked Trump John Bodner, Social/Cultural Studies: Trump and the Seduction of Conspiracy Bonnie White, Historical Studies: Is Donald Trump the Next Hitler? Catherine Keske, Environmental Studies: You’re a pompous bully and you’ve got my vote! What swing voters see in Trump Ken Jacobsen, English: Trump's Shakespearean Strategies Lynn Kendall, Business Administration: The Ethics of the Deal
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