PS104-01-12

PS104-01-12 - Syllabus and Reading List for Political...

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Syllabus and Reading List for Political Science 104 Introduction to American Government Spring Semester 2009 Professor Ross K. Baker Rutgers University Scott Hall 123 Tues-Fri. 11:30-12:50 Ms. Kelly Dittmar: kdittmar@eden.rutgers.edu Recitations 11 & 4 Wednesdays 8:40-10:00 BE-101, 10:20-11:40 LSH-B105 (Liv) Recitation 3 Fridays 1:10-2:30 HH-B1 (Coll Ave) Ms. Erin Heidt-Forsythe: eheidt@eden.rutgers.edu Recitations 1 & 2 Wednesdays 9:50-11:10 FH-A4, 11:30-12:50 SC-221 (Coll Ave) Recitation 7 Fridays 8:40-10:00 BE-221 (Liv) Mr. Kevin McQueeney: kmcqueeney@polisci.rutgers.edu Recitations 9 & 10 Wednesdays 12:35-1:55 HCK-210, 2:15-3:35 HCK-118 (Douglass) Recitation 12 Fridays 9:50-11:10 SC-115 (Coll Ave) Ms. Anna Mitchell: ammitch@eden.rutgers.edu Recitations 5 & 8 Wednesdays 12:00-1:20 BE-111, 1:40-3:00 TIL-105 (Liv) Recitation 6 Fridays 1:40-3:00 BE-201 (Liv) This course is designed to acquaint you with the principal institutions and processes of American Government. For many of you who may not have an extensive knowledge of American history, I will provide you with the historical context that you will need to understand how these institutions and processes developed and how they operate today. Just as our class begins, we will be witnessing the inauguration of the 44th President of the
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2009 for the course 790 104 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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