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What courses did Barack Obama teach at univ of Chicago?

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President Obama, a graduate from Harvard University Law School, taught Constitutional Law, at the University of Chicago.

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University of Chicago Law School (Constitutional Law).


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Yes. After Barack Obama graduated from Harvard Law School, he was hired, first as an instructor, and then as an adjunct professor of law, at the University of Chicago Law School; he taught three courses, including Constitutional Law, from 1992 to 2004.


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You may be thinking of his degree in political science, during which he studied sociology; but that is not the same as socialism. There is no evidence that Mr. Obama ever taught courses related to political theories of any kind-- neither socialism, nor capitalism, nor any other kind of theory. Rather, he taught various kinds of legal courses at the University of Chicago Law School. And if you are referring to the internet myth that President Obama is a socialist, there is no evidence of that either.


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He taught at the the University of Chicago Law School from 1992 to 2004.


Barack Obama did not teach at Harvard; he was a teaching assistant, which means he was helping a professor while studying for his degree (the professor he helped was a scholar named Professor Laurence Tribe). But after graduating from Harvard Law School, Mr. Obama did become a professor at the University of Chicago's law school, where he taught a number of courses but primarily focused on Constitutional Law.


No he did not. While Mr. Obama finally visited Kenya for the first time in the late 1980s, trying to understand the father he had never really known, there is no evidence he taught any courses there. He mainly visited his relatives from his father's side of the family.


Obama was a guest lecturer at the University of Chicago, He was never a professor of law at any college or university. There is a big difference between being a professor and a guest lecturer. He never taught constitutional law anywhere.


It is possible but not likely. Barack Obama was a graduate student at Harvard Law School, and there is some evidence he was a teaching assistant for Professor Laurence Tribe, who was a renowned legal scholar there. (Mr. Obama was helping with research for a book the professor was writing.) He may have taught an undergraduate class now and then, which graduate students often did. But Mr. Obama did teach for twelve years at the University of Chicago Law School.


When Barack Obama still lived in Chicago, his daughters attended the University of Chicago's Lab School. Mr. Obama used to teach there, and his wife Michelle was a VP of Community and External Affairs at the University of Chicago. But since he became president, the two girls attend the Sidwell Friends School in Washington DC.


He taught at the University of Chicago Law School.


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He taught at the U of C, not the Lab School. The Lab School is a private K-12 school.


In the Seventies, the Obama family became friendly with Frank Marshall Davis (1905-1987), a black writer and fellow Hawaiian resident. Davis wrote for the Honolulu Record (a Communist newspaper) and was a known member of the Soviet-controlled Communist Party USA (CPUSA). He soon became the young Barack Obama's mentor and advisor.


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According to research conducted by the New York Times and published on July 30, 2008, Obama is described as having taught three courses. These included a Voting Rights class which, "traced the evolution of election law, from the disenfranchisement of blacks to contemporary debates over districting and campaign finance...he taught districting as a racially fraught study in how power is secured." He also taught a class on Due Process and Equal Protection and, "His most original course, a historical and political seminar as much as a legal one, was on racism and law."


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