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Vantage Points: Campaign in the Classroom

Vantage Points: Campaign in the Classroom

Illustration by Neil Mills

One Question, Many Perspectives

Produced by Craig Layne

Dickinson faculty are thought leaders who artfully connect global and national issues across various disciplines. Vantage Points is an online forum that highlights their expertise and analysis. 

VANTAGE POINTS: HOW IS ELECTION 2016 ENTERING YOUR CLASSROOM?

Farrell

The Value of the Vote
Amy E. Farrell, executive director, Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues; John and Ann Curley Faculty Chair of Liberal Arts; and professor of American studies and women's, gender & sexuality studies: Understanding the fight for the vote helps us understand the importance of the election. 

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Pinsker

A Sense of Civic Faith
Matthew Pinsker, Brian C. Pohanka Chair in American Civil War History and associate professor of history: How history gets us to—and through—Election 2016. 

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Oconnel

Making Sense of the System
David O’Connell, assistant professor of political science: Election 2016 is an opportunity for well-reasoned discussion. 

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Qualls

Examining Russia's Role

Karl Qualls, professor of history: Know where the Kremlin is coming from. 

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Niebler

Consider the Process
Sarah Niebler, assistant professor of political science: Critical thinking helps us understand and improve our democracy. 

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Published September 26, 2016