Professor Jody David Armour, spoke on Friday, October 23rd about issues discussed in his recent book. Professor Armour is the USC Roy P. Crocker Professor of Law and is a widely published scholar, author and playwright. He studies the intersection of race, politics, popular culture and legal decision-making. In addition to his most recent book, he… Read More »Reflections on Racial Justice by the Living Legacy of a Jailhouse Lawyer
Pollsters anticipate November’s midterm election will be especially favorable for the Republican party. But are the prospects for Democratic candidates as dim as many experts predict? What are the most important factors that will influence the outcome, what are some of the most important races to watch, and what’s the likelihood that control of the… Read More »2022 Midterms: Who Will Control Congress?
Tuesday, November 29, 2022 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. Pacific Webinar Join us in a spirited bipartisan discussion about what it would take have a more productive political dialogue in America. Dean Goldman will moderate as President Trump appointee Joseph Grogan and Wendell Primus, senior policy advisor to Rep. Pelosi, tackle this vexing issue. Sign… Read More »Uniting the Divided States of America
How will the current political dynamics of Congress impact governing and policy implementation? Join us to hear from Price School experts on what the tumult in Congress means for the future of American politics. Jeffery Jenkins Provost Professor of Public Policy, Political Science, and Law, USC Price School; Maria B. Crutcher Professor of Citizenship and… Read More »Price Presents: A House in Disorder