Tufts University: Marilyn Glater - Political Science - Professor ratings, reviews and much more | JumboAccess
I agree that taking this course as a sophomore was not my wisest idea. Unless prepared to commit oneself to this class, a student should not bother because there is little encouragement that might draw one in throughout the semester. The Socratic Method is fitting for a class about law, but it seemed as though the professor ignores that it is many undergrads' first in depth law course and instead chooses to just let those students who talk a lot dictate the sprawling discussion. It's good that it is offered, because the course and professor have a lot to offer...it is just a lot more austere than most classes you'll take in the department and could potentially be a lot more digestible for liberal arts students.
The work is demanding; patience and attention to minutia is key. It is one of those classes where you really need to have done the reading for each class period in order to participate (as opposed to having your own schedule of doing work by the week for instance).
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