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Terri Bimes, political science lecturer

Terri Bimes

Terri Bimes is a lecturer in the Charles and Louise Travers Department of Political Science and director of the Gardner Public Service Fellowship at the Institute of Governmental Studies. As a lecturer, she teaches courses on the presidency, American political development, as well as the senior honor thesis writing seminar. This year, she will be working on completing her book, The Metamorphosis of Presidential Populism, which examines the evolution of presidential rhetoric from Andrew Jackson through George W. Bush. Her past publications include articles on presidential rhetoric, divided government, and the 2000 presidential election.

Posts by Terri Bimes

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