“The United States: The Economic Model of Religion and Politics”

Irwin Hall, Faculty Lounge, Beirut campus

This public lecture will be given by Dr. Sam Potolicchio, professor of American politics & public affairs and research methods at Georgetown University.

About the presenter:
Sam Potolicchio is currently a visiting assistant professor at Georgetown University, where he teaches American politics & public affairs and research methods. At Georgetown, Potolicchio has taught courses on presidential rhetoric, religion and politics, Constitutional Law, and the United States political system. Potolicchio also teaches during his summers for The American Institute of Political and Economic Systems and The International Institute of Political and Economics Systems, where he has taught students from 60 different countries. He is the lecturer on American federalism for the Open World Leadership program at the Library of Congress, where he speaks weekly to visiting dignitaries from the post-Soviet republics. Potolicchio’s book chapters with Clyde Wilcox on Religion and Politics have been published in volumes by Congressional Quarterly Press and Oxford University Press. He has delivered keynote lectures internationally in the Czech Republic, Greece, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania and Bulgaria.

Event organizer: LAU’s School of Arts and Sciences – Department of Humanities