James M Curry

Curriculum Vitae

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  • Assistant Professor, Political Science Department

Teaching

Current Courses

Fall 2017

  • HNKLY 4902-001 Internship: National (Student Feedback)
  • HNKLY 4922-001 Internship: Honors Nat
  • HNKLY 6922-001 Internship: Grad Nation
  • POLS 1100-002 US National Govt (Student Feedback)
    Location: SFEBB 1110 (Spencer Fox Eccles Busn Bldg)
  • POLS 4902-001 Internship: National
  • POLS 4922-001 Internship: Honors Nat
  • POLS 6922-001 Internship: Grad Nation
  • POLS 7970-022 Thesis Research-PhD
  • POLS 7975-003 Indep Doctoral Resrch

Summer 2017

Spring 2017

Courses I Teach

  • POLS 1100 - Introduction to U.S. Government.
    An introductory class to U.S. Government
  • POLS 3110 - U.S. Congress.
    An overview of the U.S. Congress
  • POLS 3150 - American Presidency.
    A political science perspective on the American Executive.
  • POLS 5810 - Research Seminar: Leadership & U.S. Politics.
    A research seminar in leadership within an American political context.
  • POLS 5810 - Research Seminar: Political Polarization.
    A research seminar on the causes and consequences of political polarization in the U.S.
  • POLS 5960 - Special Topics: Partisanship in Congress.
    The causes and consequences of partisanship in the U.S. Congress
  • POLS 6281 - American Political Institutions.
    A graduate-level seminar providing a overview of research on American political institutions