Teaching Materials

Folks/Guys/People:

A reminder: anything  written for this course should be considered as “class notes” (that is, it is an extension of class lectures) and therefore, as commonsense would suggest, takes precedence over anything else you are assigned to read.

(1) Course Glossary (Instructor Notes, with Images): Definitions of Select Course-related Terms and Phrases

(2) Writing the Research/Term Paper: A Brief Guide

(3) Chronology of U.S. History

(4) CRN-14:  Race, Class, and Law in a Capitalist Democracy–PDF Version. (Web version available here.)

(5) RCR-26:  Race, Class, and Law in a Capitalist Democracy–PDF Version. (Web version available here.)

(6) The U.S. Military Industrial Complex

(7) CW/CS32(a): Defining Democracy: Procedural AND Authentic (includes timeline)

(8) A Timeline of the Racialization of United States

(9) Nelson Mandela: A Biographical Timeline in Words and Pictures

(10) The Tiananmen Square Protests and Massacre: A Brief Timeline in Pictures

(11) Class Notes on Jazz

(12) Statement on My Philosophy of Teaching

(13) Requesting Letters of Recommendation from Me

(14) Thought-Provoking Slide Images