STUDY THE POLITICS BEHIND POLITICAL PERSUASION WITH A LEGENDARY CAMPAIGN STRATEGIST
Professor Carville will offer a seminar, “Current American Politics,” for the spring 2016 semester. This course is designed for students with a love of politics who are comfortable in a class environment that relies on very significant class participation. Admission to the course is by application only. Applicants are encouraged to turn in their applications as soon as possible. Admission will be on a rolling basis. Submit your application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. All questions regarding the course should be directed to Adjunct Professor Michael Sherman via email at: email@example.com.
Since joining the faculty in 2009, Professor Carville has taught classes on Contemporary American Politics, the 2008 Presidential Election, and the 2012 Presidential Election. These courses have combined class discussions and lectures with presentations by guest speakers. Over the past four years, guests have included former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Newt Gingrich, ABC's George Stephanopoulos, Governors Bobby Jindal and Elliot Spitzer, economist and President Reagan’s economic advisor Art Laffer, pollster Stan Greenberg, NBC's Chuck Todd, Bloomberg's Al Hunt, The Washington Post's Dan Balz, and presidential candidate John McCain’s campaign manager Steve Schmidt. “Current American Politics” will follow the same model of discussions, lectures, student presentations, and guest speakers.
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