Farnsworth Lectures on Presidential Communication

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of Political Science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, recently presented an online lecture, "Presidents, Presidential Candidates and Shaping the Public Discourse," to political science and communication students at Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh. The talk drew on Professor Farnsworth's recently published book, "Presidential Communication and Character: White House News Management From Clinton and Cable to Twitter and Trump."

 

Dr. Farnsworth has also been quoted in several recent media reports:

General Assembly reconvenes for veto session (Cardinal News)

What to expect from this year’s reconvene session (WVTF; WAMU)

Great Lives : Charlie Chaplin (C-SPAN)

‘The Problem With Jon Stewart’ Has a Problem — With Ratings (Yahoo.com)

Jon Stewart’s Struggles Add to List of Streaming Talk Show Flops (Bloomberg)

Dems fortify for onslaught as GOP chooses challengers in 3 Va. battlegrounds (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Fossil Fuel Fiesta in Alexandria (Connection News Papers)

When a student newspaper calls for banning campus speech, basic freedoms are threatened. (Virginia Mercury)

Glenn Youngkin Went From Private Equity Executive to Virginia’s Executive Mansion (Market Realist)