Turner, Charles C.
Office: Butte 725
Name: Charles C. Turner
Year of hire: 2000
Year of tenure/promotion: 2005, Full Professor in 2010
Degree(s): Ph. D.
Alma mater: Claremont Graduate University
Courses taught: Senior Capstone in American Politics, Introduction to Political Inquiry, State and Local Government (BA course), State and Local Government (M.A. course), The U.S. Presidency (BA course), The U.S. Presidency (M.A. course)
“Civic Engagement in the Capstone: The State of the Community Event.” April, 2014 PS: Political Science & Politics, 47 (2): 497-501.
Introduction to American Government, 7th ed. 2014. with D. Grier Stephenson, Jr., Robert J. Bresler, Robert J. Friedrich, and Joseph J. Karlesky, Redding, CA: BVT Publishing.
“The Rise of the Choral Court: Changes in the Use of Concurrence: the Burger and Rehnquist Courts.” with co-authors Nancy Maveety and Lori Beth Way. September, 2010, Political Research Quarterly, 63 (3): 627-639.
“Beginning to Write Separately: The Origins and Development of Concurring Judicial Opinions,” with co-authors Nancy Maveety and Lori Beth Way. July 2010, Journal of Supreme Court History, 35 (2): 93-109.
“Political Assassination in Popular Fiction and Political Thought: Trotsky, Arendt, and Stephen King.” In Damned If You Do: Dilemmas of Action in Literature and Popular Culture, Margaret Hrezo and John M. Parrish, eds., 2010, Lexington Books.