Professor Wolfenstein

<p>Has anyone had him for Political Science 10?
What were the questions on the final like?</p>

<p>I can't answer your question but that is the most badass professor name I have ever heard.</p>

<p>^lol exactly what I was thinking</p>

<p>I don't know anything about him personally but if you aren't aware of Bruinwalk.com, where UCLA students rate professors, here's a link to the specific professor's page. Just know that impressions can be very different depending on the student so take them with a grain of salt.</p>

<p>BruinWalk</a> | Professors | Eugene victor Wolfenstein</p>

<p>political science is north campus.</p>

<p>Thank you, uclacee..?</p>

<p>It is a badass name indeed.
I have checked his BruinWalk review, but BruinWalk can be pretty iffy sometimes. If anyone knows anything about him, let me know. =)</p>

<p>Ah, Professor (Castle) Wolfenstein (3D). I has PS10 with him two years ago. To sum up the experience: A lot of difficult, complicated material, and it all depends upon the TA. My TA--who had the improbable name of Stonegarden Grindlife--was very helpful and understanding, and I still keep in touch with him. </p>

<p>You will be reading stuff like Plato's Republic and Nietzsche while discussing the finer points of Marxist historical theory, so be prepared for intensive reading and writing. But like I said, go to your TA's office hours, because they are the ones that will determine your grade, so knowing what they want on the papers is crucial. In lectures, Wolfenstein can get very into the material, and he even came to class one day and brough his guitar and sang Bob Dylan and Bob Marley songs to us (Memorably, one student wrote on the eval that "the good thing about Wolfenstein is that he sounds just like Bob Dylan when he sings. The bad thing about him is that he sounds just like Bob dylan when he sings.") </p>

<p>So basically, pay attention during lecture and make sure to keep up with the readings.</p>

<p>I thought the point of this thread was to find out what the content of the final exam might be. If so, I'm interested too ;)</p>

<p>Well, since its been two years since I took his final, can't help you there! (Not that I would do something like that, mind you....)</p>