Strategies for Teaching the Insurrection and Impeachment

Are you a political science educator looking for ideas to develop your teaching in response to the white supremacist attack on the American Capitol and President Trump's second impeachment? Our panel of experts in Race, Ethnicity, and Politics provide avenues to better understand these threats to democracy and how they will approach these issues in their classrooms.

Join us February 3, 2021, 12 – 1 pm EST for a live, in-depth discussion and Q&A exploring the pedagogical challenges presented by the white supremacist insurrection and President Trump's second impeachment. We hope to see you there!

February 3, 2021, 12 - 1 pm EST

Free for members, students, contingent faculty, and unemployed faculty. $25 for non-members.
Students, contingent faculty, and unemployed faculty who are not APSA members can reach out to to request a free registration.



Emily Farris

Associate Professor, Political Science

Texas Christian University



Andrea Benjamin

Associate Professor, The Clara Luper Department of African & African American Studies, The University of Oklahoma


Ashley Jardina

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Duke University


Davin Phoenix

Associate Professor of Political Science

University of California, Irvine


Andrea Silva

Assistant Professor of Political Science

University of North Texas

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