C-SPAN's "Louisville Weekend" features Profs. Hudson, Clayton and Gainous
- Dewey Clayton, professor of political science, discussed his 2010 book, “The Presidential Campaign of Barack Obama: A Critical Analysis of a Racially Transcendent Strategy.” Clayton’s book examines how race in U.S. politics has changed and offers insight into Obama’s 2008 candidacy.
- Jason Gainous, associate professor of political science, discussed “Rebooting American Politics: The Internet Revolution,” a 2010 book he co-wrote that explores the implications of the growing use of the Internet in the U.S. political landscape.
- Blaine Hudson, College of Arts and Sciences dean and professor of Pan-African studies, discussed “Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History,” a 2011 book he co-wrote that traces African American history in Louisville back to 1778.
The programs can be seen indefinitely via the C-SPAN online archive: http://www.c-span.org/lcv/