Huddle with the Faculty: Gameday Seminars 2008 Featured Two SAS Faculty
Huddle with the Faculty: Gameday Seminars
Two of our outstanding SAS Faculty gave talks before tailgating during the Gameday Seminars.
Look for information next fall for another great line up of faculty talks!
, or call 732-932-4700, ext. 4215, weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Click on the Gameday Seminar titles below for more information:
October 18 – Homecoming:
Ben. Sifuentes-Jáuregui, Associate Professor and Chair, American Studies, School of Arts and SciencesSince its launch in 1981, MTV has helped define popular culture by showing music videos by everyone from Michael Jackson to U2 to 50 Cent. How have the look, sound, and overall vibe of music videos shaped Generations X, Y, and Z? Explore questions of identity, especially race, sexuality, and class with Professor Ben. Sifuentes-Jáuregui as you screen and analyze recent music videos.
Ross K. Baker, Professor, Political Science, School of Arts and Sciences
Despite their power and prominence in Congress, U.S. senators are rarely elected president. Join Professor Ross K. Baker as he examines how the Senate was affected by the large number of its members running for president this year, and why the road from the Senate to the White House is often a bumpy one.