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Department of Political Science
Baylor University
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Waco, Texas 76798

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Anthony D. Bartl

Ph.D Candidate in Political Science

Education:
B.A., History, Northern Illinois University, 2001
M.A., Political Science, Baylor University, 2008

Tony Bartl's interests include Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence, the American Presidency, and Political Rhetoric, along with politics and literature (especially in the thought of Milton and Shakespeare) and the history of political thought (especially the relationship between Jerusalem and Athens). Bartl is currently a member of the 433rd Air Force Reserve Wing stationed at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. Bartl begins teaching in the Department of Political Science at Angelo State University in the fall of 2010.

Dissertation: The Principled Constitutionalism of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy

Conference Presentations:

"The Principled Constitutionalism of Justice Kennedy's First Amendment Jursiprudence," the Western Political Science Association, San Francisco, April 2010

"Aristotle in Paradise: The Son of God as Milton's Magnanimous Man," the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 2009

"Citizens and Human Beings under Law," the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, September 2007

"Human Being and Citizen under the Law," the Southwestern Political Science Association, March 2007

"Shakespeare's Erotic Tyrant," the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 2005

"Why the Atheists are Wrong about David Hume," the Northeastern Political Science Association, Boston, November 2004

"Popper, Plato and Prudence," the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 2004

Discussant, "Justice and Tyranny in Shakespeare," the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 2009

Discussant, "Human Nature, Citizenship, and Foundings," the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, January 2007

Courses Taught:

PSC 2302 American Constitutional Development

Education as an Agent for Change (Northern Illinois University)

Teaching Apprenticeships:

PSC 3330 The American Presidency

PSC 4361 American Constitutional Law