- Academic Jargon and Gobbledygook 101, 102 & 103.
- Ideological Indoctrination and Demagoguery 101.
- How to Demand Campus Initiatives
- Selective Committee Stacking
- Leadership Through Ignoring Your Committee Members
- How to Make Taking Your Pet Course a Prerequisite for Graduation.
Scapegoatology 108: Ethics and Scapegoating (fulfills Duke ethics requirements; required for graduation)
Taught by Professor Kim Curtis, this class explores the mechanics of ignoring personal considerations such as morality, ethics, or guilt while simultaneously ascribing immorality and guilt to your scapegoat. The practical applications of vindictiveness, the role of prejudice, creative dissembling, demagoguery, retaliation as an art form, and creative disingenuousness will be explored in detail.
Scapegoatology III: Choosing The Sins, and Scapegoatology IV: Selecting or Creating Your Scapegoat, coming soon.
(Please note: No demagogues were injured in the making of this parody.)