“World Politics” at Jessup Correctional Institution

Professor Marc Howard teaches a two-semester course, “World Politics,” at the Jessup Correctional Institution.  The course is a colloquium consisting of a series of individual lectures/presentations by a different faculty member each week:

Fall 2016

September 23

Marc Howard: “Introduction to the Course and Political Science”

 

September 30

Gerard Senehi: “Our Most Important Questions in Life”

 

October 7

James Raymond Vreeland: “The Political Economy of Bob Marley's Music”

 

october 14

Cathy Schneider: “Police Power in France and the United States”

 

October 21

Marty Tankleff: “The Causes and Consequences of Exonerations”

 

october 28

John Mikhail: “Is there a Universal Moral Grammar?”

 

November 4

Wade Jacoby: “Why Would a Country Take Refugees?”

 

november 11

Shareen Joshi: “Micro-Foundations of World Politics: A Look Inside the Family”

 

november 18

Shon Hopwood: “The Future of the Supreme Court”

 

december 2

Nolan Bennett: “What Does it Mean to Be an American?”

 

december 9

Hannah Walker: “The Politics of Race in America”

 

Fall 2015

September 10

Marc Howard:  “Introduction to the Course and Political Science”

 

September 17

James Raymond Vreeland:  “Money and Politics on the International Stage”

 

September 24

Kristen Looney:  “China’s Economic Rise and Political Development”

 

October 1

Elizabeth Stanley:  “Using Mind Fitness to Enhance Performance and Build Resilience”

 

October 8

Kathy Powers:  “Global Reparations in the Aftermath of Mass Human Rights Violations”

 

October 15

Diana Kapiszewski:  “Political Regimes and the Informal Economy in Latin America”

 

October 22

Charles King:  “Nationalism”

 

October 29

Samuel Potolicchio:  “Charisma and Leadership”

 

November 5

Hans Noel:  “Political Parties and Political Coordination”

 

November 12

Keir Lieber:  “Nuclear Weapons and International Politics”

 

November 19

Erik Voeten:  “International Law”

 

December 3

Nita Rudra:  “Globalization and Poverty in Developing Countries”

 

Spring 2016

February 22

David Cole:  “Policing Race and Crime"

 

February 29

Matthew Carnes, S.J.:  “Inequality:  At Home and Abroad”

 

March 7

Joshua Cherniss:  “Ideology, Morality, and Political Ruthlessness in the Twentieth Century”

 

March 11

Christian Davenport:  “Contentious Politics" 

 

March 14

Eric Lohr:  “Russian History and Politics”

 

March 21

Sam Fromartz:  “The Politics of Food”

 

March 28

Benjamin Harbert:  “Music and Politics in Angola Prison”

 

April 4

Kathy Powers:  “The Global Refugee Crisis”

 

April 11

John Sides:  “The 2016 Presidential Election”

 

April 18

David Edelstein:  “The U.S. in the World: What to Expect from the Next President”

 

April 25

James Raymond Vreeland:  “Which Country Is the Best?”

 

May 2

Maurice Jackson:  “African American Men before the Civil War”

 

May 13

Jeffrey Anderson:  “Europe on the Brink?”

 

May 16

Lise Howard:  “Power and Peacekeeping”