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DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
Government / Political Science
Specialty Courses and Faculty Research
SPECIALTY COURSES - Fall 2021
LEARNING COMMUNITY COURSE:
Federal Government & English Composition I:
"Utopia, Dystopia and the Model Society," taught by Professors Zack Shipley and Lari
Ranta, Plano Campus, TR 10:00am - 12:45pm
Online Federal Government Honors Course (GOVT 2305.304)
"The Supreme Court: Race, Gender, Abortion, The Death Penalty, Police Procedure, and the Constitutional Limits of Government Power," taught by Prof. William Geisler
Online Federal Government Honors Course (GOVT 2305.904)
"Law, Justice and the Holocaust," taught by Prof. Julie Hershenberg
Wylie Campus Federal Government Honors Course (GOVT 2305.400)
"Flashpoints in American Politics," taught by Prof. Michael McConachie, MW 10:00-11:15am, Wylie Library rm 210
Check back soon for Spring 2022 Learning Community and Honors Classes!
LEADERSHIP DEVELPMENT INSTITUTE COURSE:
Frisco Campus Leadership Institute Course (GOVT 2305.212)
"Leadership Development Institute," Taught by Prof. Debra St. John, TR 11:30-12:45,
Africana World in Perspective: An Introduction to Africa and the African Diaspora, Kendall Hunt, 2nd Ed. 2021--Chapter 13 - Globalization and Customary Law Adoption in Sub-Saharan Africa by John Taden and Casper Kamau Njuguna
Casper Kamau Njuguna and Wah Cheggeh. (2020). African Customary Law: Assessing Its Status and Effects Today, Lexington Publishing - Rowman& Littlefield.
Black, Millie D. 2020. Exploring relationships between a teacher’s race- ethnicity and gender and student teaching expectations. Education Inquiry.
Practicing Texas Politics is co-authored by Professor Ryan Rynbrandt
Undue Process is authord by Professor Michael Norris