Photos from the first class of the Clinton Presidency, Thursday January 16, 2003

 

Studying the Clinton Presidency

Segment 1
Dr. Scranton: "Why Study the Clinton Presidency"

Segment 2
Dr. Bass, presidential scholar, Ouachita Baptist University: "How Political Scientists Study a Presidency,"

Segment 3

Dr. Alsobrook, Director, Clinton Presidential Materials Project (and formerly at the Bush and Carter libraries): "Presidential Libraries and the Materials they Contain"

Photo: Dr. Scranton and students visit before class.

Dr. Scranton and students visit before class.

Photo: Dr. Scranton gets ready for class.

Dr. Scranton gets ready for class.

Photo: Video technicians and reporters.

Video technicians and reporters.

Photo: Students await the beginning of class.

Students await the beginning of class.

Photo: Chancellor Anderson and guests.

Chancellor Anderson and guests.

Photo: Dr. Hal Bass addresses the class.

Dr. Hal Bass addresses the class.

Photo: Dr. Bass and students visiting during the break between speakers.

Dr. Bass and students visiting during the break between speakers.

Photo: Dr. Dave Alsobrook addresses the class.

Dr. Dave Alsobrook addresses the class.

Photo: Dr. Alsobrook in a thoughtful pose.

Dr. Alsobrook in a thoughtful pose.

Photo: The first class concludes.

The first class concludes.

Photo: Dr. Bass visits with students and guests after his presentation.

Dr. Bass visits with students and guests after his presentation.

Photo: Dr. Bass and guests Chancellor Anderson, Skip Rutherford, Bruce Lindsey           visit with the students and each other after class.

Dr. Bass and guests Chancellor Anderson, Skip Rutherford,
Bruce Lindsey visit with the students and each other after class.