Journal of Social Work Education
The election of Donald Trump was an astounding moment in the history of the United States. As academics across disciplines and social work as a profession struggled to understand the election and its effects, several syllabi were crowd sourced to explain the phenomenon known as Trumpism. This article describes a social work social policy course derived from these syllabi, as well as the pedagogical choices and consequences of teaching this course at the graduate level.
Karpman, Hannah E. and Crath, Rory, "Teaching Note—Teaching Trumpism" (2022). School for Social Work: Faculty Publications, Smith College, Northampton, MA.