F. Peter Wagner, Associate Professor, Political Science, UW-Whitewater, discusses the three waves of global democratization: from 1820s until the aftermath of World War I, after World War II, and from the 1970s until the early 1990s. Wagner delves into the fourth wave which includes the Arab Spring.
Molly Patterson, Assistant Professor, History, UW-Whitewater, explains the Arab Spring movement in Saudi Arabia and its effect on the Shia Muslim population.
Anne Hamilton, Lecturer, Political Science, UW-Whitewater, explains the components necessary for democracy and discusses the levels of freedom within various Latin American countries based on the rankings of Freedom House, a group which promotes democracy.
Hala Ghoneim, Assistant Professor, Languages and Literatures, UW-Whitewater, discusses the skepticism surrounding the possibility of democracy in the Middle East, explains why it’s a fair to ask if there can be democracy and provides an overview of the Egyptian Spring.
Adam Paddock, Assistant Professor, History, UW-Whitewater, delves into the history of Nigeria, focusing on colonization and British rule and discusses the challenges facing the democratic government in Nigeria today.
Beth Lueck, Professor, Languages & Literature, UW-Whitewater, discusses the poems written during the Civil War to come to terms with the death of loved ones and to bear witness to the losses. Poems focused on loss, displacement and sorrow.
Richard Haven, Professor Emeritus, Communication Department, UW-Whitewater, discusses the Battle of Gettysburg, the worse battle of the Civil War, and critiques the Gettysburg Address based on its artistry and its impact on the audience.
Richard Haven, Professor Emeritus, Communication Department, UW-Whitewater, looks at what Abraham Lincoln said in his Second Inaugural Address, what differences it made and how the speech influenced the future of the United States.
Anthony Fowler, Vice President, Client Communications and Administration, GMR Marketing, explains how to connect to the consumer through experiential and emotional marketing. Fowler discusses the marketing philosophy of getting into the hearts of the consumer so you can get into their minds and stay in their lives.
Edward Gimbel, Assistant Professor, Political Science, UW-Whitewater, delves into the dilemma that President Abraham Lincoln faced between preserving the Union and the emancipation of slaves.