Visiting Faculty at the Allbritton Center

The Allbritton Center sponsors experts from both inside and outside academia, to teach courses related to the study of public life that are not regularly taught by tenure-track Wesleyan faculty.  These include both the annually scheduled Koeppel and Harber Fellows and other courses taught on a less regular basis.  In recent years these have included:

Dar Williams, Music Movements in a Capitalist Democracy
  • Leila Buck, Beyond "the Veil": Representations and Realities of Muslim Women in the U.S.
  • Dan Drew, Group Psychology in Politics
  • Ric Grefe, Design for Social Change

Courses currently scheduled for 2018-2019 include:

Middletown Mayor Dan Drew, CSPL 206- Group Psychology in Politics: Local, State, and National Perspectives
Leslie Gabel-Brett, CSPL 235- Activism and Theories of Change
Lily Herman, CSPL 250P- "It's a Mess": An Academic and Practical Look at Digital Media in the Late 2010s
Laura McCarger, CSPL 266- Youth, Power, and Social Change
Michael Surry Schlabs, CSPL 332- Just Cities: Architectures of Public Encounter
Preston Green, CSPL 341E- Topics in Education: Introduction to Educational Law, Policy, and Educational Reform

More information about Allbritton visitors may be obtained from Peter Rutland, Director of the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life: