To immerse area high school students in a college learning experience led by top teacher-scholars who seek to enrich their understanding of the role of statesmanship in American history and government. The content, sources, and instruction provided also seeks to help students prepare for the AP examWHEN:
Thursday Feb. 4, 2016 or Friday Feb. 5, 2016WHERE:
Thursday, Feb. 4 & Friday, Feb. 5
RIT, CIMS, Louise Slaughter Hall
Rooms 2210-2240 (Second Floor)
20 minute Lecture
15 minute Document Analysis
15 minute Q&A
10 minute break in-between each session
1 hour Lunch
9:00: Introduction: "Reviving Statesmanship: Lincoln’s Legacy"
—Dr. Joseph R. Fornieri, Director of the Center for Statesmanship at RIT
9:20: "The New Science of Politics: The Statesmanship of Publius in Federalist Papers 9, 10, & 51"
—Dr. Sean Sutton, Chair of Political Science Dept. at RIT
10:15: "Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln: The Political Leadership of a Radical Reformer & Statesman"
—Dr. Joseph R. Fornieri, Political Science Dept. at RIT
11:10-12:10: Lunch (1 hour)
12:15-1:10: "The Hamiltonian vs. Jeffersonian Vision of the American Republic"
—Dr. John Daly, History Dept. at SUNY Brockport
1:15-2:05: "The Political Leadership of Two Local Ladies: Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony",
—Dr. Rebecca Edwards, Chair of History Dept. at RIT
For further information please contact:
Professor of Political Science
Anthony & Stanton
Hamilton and Jefferson