Tag Archives: Academics

Nonpartisan elections: the take by Sam Katz, John Street, and others

Last week I got the opportunity to sit down with former Republican contender for mayor, Sam Katz. We spoke on a number of subjects, more notably his view of nonpartisan elections in Philadelphia. He told me that he hadn’t given … Continue reading

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Interview: Randall Miller, St. Joseph's University history professor

Today I interviewed Randall Miller, professor of history at St. Joseph’s University.

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Next week I am scheduled to interview Randall Miller, a history professor at St. Joseph’s University who takes particular interest in Philadelphia politics. Photo courtesy of St. Joe’s Athletic Department.

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Interview: Karen Kaufmann, University of Maryland associate professor of government and politics

Today, I got the chance to briefly sit down with Karen Kaufmann, an associate professor of government and politics at the University of Maryland and author of the Urban Voter, which I may likely use to frame a portion of … Continue reading

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