Ian Shapiro debuts ‘virtual office hours’ for DeVane Lectures course

The videos, part of his public “Power and Politics” DeVane Lectures course, feature Shapiro answering recurring and interesting questions raised by students.
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As part of his ongoing 2019 DeVane Lectures course, “Power and Politics in Today’s World,” Professor Ian Shapiro has released the first two in a series of five “virtual office hours” videos. The videos, which are meant to supplement regular in-person office hours, feature Shapiro and teaching assistant Christina Seyfried answering recurring and interesting questions raised by students. Click here to view the videos on the Yale OpenCourses YouTube channel.

The DeVane Lecture series is a program that invites members of the New Haven and Yale communities to attend a semester-long class alongside Yale students, who can take the course for credit. “Power and Politics on Today’s World” meets twice weekly, from 11:35 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the lecture hall of Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall, 1 Prospect St. The lectures are free and open to the public, as are all course materials and related media.

For more information about “Power and Politics” including links to the course lecture slides, video recordings of each lecture, assignments, and more including “virtual office hours” videos, visit the 2019 DeVane Lectures website.

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