Carl Weinberg is a semi-professional clarinet player. For his day gig, he teaches (in PACE, the Department of History, and LAMP) and writes about American history and politics (for more detail, see his CV).
In PACE, Carl teaches the Leadership and Public Policy course (PACE-C 250) and has a special interest in social movements. He is currently finishing a book about the politics of the American campaign against the teaching of evolutionary science in the twentieth century.
His leadership and political experience includes a three-year stint as president of the board of directors of the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra; attendance at many rallies in support of abortion rights and against police brutality; and a run for governor of Connecticut on the Socialist Workers Party ticket.