Professor Keck’s teaching focuses on law and politics, mostly though not exclusively in the United States. Most years, he teaches a two-semester sequence in constitutional law (PSC 324 and PSC 325). These courses examine the major constitutional conflicts that have shaped American political development from the framing of the Constitution in 1787 up through the most recent decisions of the Roberts Court. He explores similar ground at the graduate level in a seminar on American constitutional development (PSC 711), which is generally offered every other Spring.

In addition, Professor Keck sometimes teaches undergraduate courses on free speech around the world (PSC 300); on the U.S. Supreme Court (PSC 316); on LGBT rights (PSC/QSX 384); and on Trump and the Constitution (PSC 300).

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