Research By Professor Farnsworth and Jeremy Engel ’20 Presented at Academic Conference

Research By Farnsworth and Jeremy Engel ’20 Presented at Academic Conference

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the Center for Leadership and Media Studies, and Jeremy Engel  ’20, a senior political science major and a research associate at  the center, are co-authors of a recently research paper, “The Politics of Late Night Humor: Framing Presidential Candidate Character in the Age of Trump,” which […]

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Farnsworth and Engel ’20 Publish Column in Richmond Times-Dispatch

Farnsworth and Engel ’20 Publish Column in Richmond Times-Dispatch

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the Center for Leadership and Media Studies, and Jeremy Engel ’20, a senior political science major and a research associate at the Center, recently published an opinion column in The Richmond Times-Dispatch entitled “Northam’s Political Troubles Take a Backseat.”

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UMW professor co-authors book on late-night comedy in the age of Donald Trump (The Free Lance-Star)

Farnsworth and Lichter—with a research team that included two current and former UMW students, Jeremy Engel and Noah Gardner, who co-wrote two of the chapters with two George Mason students—analyzed jokes told by late-night comedy show hosts Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah and Jimmy Kimmel during the campaign and the first year of Trump’s […]