U.S. History and Modern Politics

Most recently Anthony has taught a course in Brown’s Political Science Department on the history of American policing, tracking three origin stories: (1) state-building and political order, (2) the protection of racial hierarchy, and (3) the construction of class boundaries.

At Berkeley he served as head graduate student instructor for the surveys of early and modern U.S. history, led upper-division discussion sections on American crime and punishment, and ran his own seminar on America and the World in 1968. He has delivered guest lectures on various topics.

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