Convocation Presenter: Theda Skocpol

Hutchins Library owns several books related to yesterday’s convocation by Theda Skocpol. If you are interested in learning more about Obama’s presidency, Tea Party Republicans, or the future of American politics, stop by the cafe display area and check out one of the following titles by Ms. Skocpol:

  1. The Tea Party and the remaking of Republican conservatism ( call # 320.5209 S628t 2012)
  2. The Politics of social policy in the United States (call # 361.6109 P769)
  3. Social policy in the United States : future possibilities in historical perspective (call # 361.6109 S628s)
  4. The missing middle : working families and the future of American social policy (call # 361.6109 S628m)
  5. Protecting soldiers and mothers : the political origins of social policy in the United States ( call # 361.973 S628p)
  6. States and social revolutions : a comparative analysis of France, Russia, and China (call # 303.62 S628s)
  7. Civic engagement in American democracy (call # 323.042 C582)
The Second Annual Edward J. Shoen Leading Scholars Lecture featured Theda Skocpol, the Victor S. Thomas Professor of Government and Sociology and Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University. Held at Arizona State UniversityÕs Sandra Day OÕConner College of Law, Professor Skocpol's lecture was titled,

Yesterday’s Convocation Speaker, Theda Skocpol


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