Hamilton: Music, History and Politics, taught by Kenan’s Noah Pickus

Noah Pickus is Associate Provost and Senior Advisor to the Provost at Duke University. He is also the Nannerl O. Keohane Director of the Kenan Institute for Ethics and Associate Research Professor of Public Policy Studies at the Sanford School of Public Policy. As part of Duke’s Spring Breakthrough program, Noah will be teaching the course “Hamilton: Music, History and Politics”. Check out this video for more information about the course:

Spring Breakthrough is a great opportunity for undergraduate freshman and sophomores to discover their academic interests before declaring their major. The program takes place during Spring Break, and is 100% free! Applications open on November 7th at 8AM and are accepted on a rolling basis. Watch these short video clips to hear the professors speak about their respective courses. For more information, including a list of courses offered, click here. 

For questions, contact Laura Howes at laura.howes@duke.edu.

Sunday March 12- March 16, 2017