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Department of Political Science
Baylor University
One Bear Place #97276
Waco, Texas 76798

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Andrew Clayton

Ph.D Candidate in Political Science

Education:
B.A., Classical Civilizations and Philosophy, Gonzaga University, 2005
M.A., Political Science, Baylor University, 2007

Andrew Clayton's research interests include international relations, diplomacy, political theory, politics and literature, and politics and film. Clayton was awarded a Jack Miller Fellowship for Teaching America's Founding Principles in 2006-2007. He was also an Intercollegiate Studies Institute Honors Fellow, 2004-2005, and has attended several ISI-Liberty Fund Colloquia.

Conference Presentations:

"A Reflection on the City and the Soul in Collateral," Gonzaga University, Faith and Reason Institute, November 2009

"Politics in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice," Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture, South Bend, Indiana, November 2008

"A Consideration of Modern Character and Friendship in Lost in Translation," Baylor University, Institute for Faith and Learning, October 2007

"Choice, Deliberation, and the Virtue of Phronesis," the Southwestern Political Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 2006

Courses Taught:

PSC 2302 American Constitutional Development

PSC 3315 Fundamentals of International Relations

GOVT 2305 National Government (McLennan Community College)

Teaching Apprenticeships:

PSC 2302 American Constitutional Development

PSC 3315 Fundamentals of International Politics

PSC 3304 Comparative Politics