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POL S 201: Introduction to Political Theory
University of Washington

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POL S 201 Introduction to Political Theory is a Political Science course at UW taught by the following professor: Professor Distefano.
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    Very interesting lectures and viewpoints. Has extensive knowledge in his field. Teaches political theories in very interesting and contemporary stance. Would take him again. Gives two essay tests, some pop quizzes so be ready for those, and he loves to use the white board and is seen usually in the middle of class. ...Continue reading

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    Besides economics, Professor Nelson is a really nice and personable guy. Well respected by his undergrad students and the Ph. D. students that he supervised. All of his students went on to having fantastic careers. ...Continue reading

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    Taking The College Life Experience was a really great chance to do my own research. You write a 5 page research proposal and a 10 page literature review as your final, but she incorporates lots of time into the schedule to make sure you're doing it in time. Super nice. Articles to read every week but not hard. I would definitely recommend her. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Very interesting lectures and viewpoints. Has extensive knowledge in his field. Teaches political theories in very interesting and contemporary stance. Would take him again. Gives two essay tests, some pop quizzes so be ready for those, and he loves to use the white board and is seen usually in the middle of class. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Great teacher. Really nice and friendly. The material was interesting and clearly taught. I knew exactly what was expected with assignments. Her encouragement made me feel all the more confident in this already easy, laid-back class. ...Continue reading