Monthly Archives: July 2016

Stephen G. Hall and the Trump Syllabus

Is Donald Trump a new phenomenon in American political history? From where did his support emerge? Where can we find the antecedents for his brand of populism and racialized politics? In episode 17, Professor Stephen G. Hall (Alcorn State University) discusses … Continue reading

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Happy Fourth of July and Mea Culpa

The aim of Campaign Context is to feature academic discussions on issues relating to the elections, on a monthly basis. In June, due to scheduling conflicts and technical glitches, we unfortunately were unable to do this. We expect to be back with … Continue reading

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