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Recent PhD Placements


Name
Degree Date
Institution Dissertation Title
Dissertation Director
Mary
Mathie
May 2014
University of Alaska at Anchorage, Visiting Assistant Professor Aquinas on Judgment, Justice, and the Unity of Peace Dr. Mary Nichols
Adam Carrington
May 2014
Hillsdale College, Assistant Professor (tenure track)
Liberty in Full: Justice Field's Cooperative Constitution of Liberty
Dr. David Nichols
Chris Bissex
May 2014
The College of the Holy Cross, Visiting Assistant Professor, Fall 2014
Gouverneur Morris's Constitution: How the Man Who Wrote the Constitution Understood the Mixed Regime and Separation of Powers
Dr. David Nichols
Mark Scully
May 2014
University of the Ozarks, Assistant Professor (tenure track)
The Path to Party Unity: Popular Presidential Leadership and Principles Consensus
Dr. David Nichols
Joseph Wysocki May 2013
Belmont Abbey College (tenure track)
Congressional Rhetoric: Going Public and Its Effects on the Institution Dr. David Nichols
David Capper May 2013 Baylor University, Lecturer, Fall 2014
Justice Anthony M. Kennedy and Substantive Due Process: Why the Most Powerful Judge in History Isn't as Everybody Thinks He Is Dr. David Nichols
Anthony Bartl
May 2012
Angelo State University (tenure track)
The Principled Constitutionalism of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy
Dr. David Nichols
Steve Block May 2012 Baylor University, Department of Political Science, Full-time Lecturer Rhetoric, Reason, and Belief: Aristotle and John Stuart Mill on Persuasion Dr. Mary Nichols
Matthew
Dinan
May 2012
St. Thomas University, Assistant Professor of Catholic Studies, Fall 2014
Traces of Plato: Plato in and in
Response to the Political Thought of
Jacques Derrida
Dr. Mary Nichols
Julianne
Romanello
May 2012
Northeastern State
University, Tulsa Community College, Adjunct Instructor

Political Philosophy and the Divine Ground: Eric Voegelin on Plato

Dr. David Corey
Elizabeth
Amato
Dec. 2011 Gardner-Webb College, Assistant Professor (tenure track)

Happiness and Modernity: The
Pursuit of Happiness and the
American Regime

Dr. Mary Nichols
Matt
Brogdon
Dec. 2011
University of Texas San Antonio (tenure track)
The Supreme Court and American
Constitutionalism: Reassessing the
Institutional Role of Judicial Power in
the Constitutional System
Dr. David Nichols
Jerome
Foss
May 2011
St. Vincent's College
(tenure track)
John Rawls and the Supreme Court:
A Study in Continuity and Change
Dr. David Nichols
Thomas
Pope
May 2011
Lee University,
Assistant Professor
(tenure track)
Balancing Liberty of Contract with
Police Power: A Hobbesian Approach
Dr. David Nichols
Patrick
Cain
May 2010
Lakehead University (tenure track)
Family, Rights, and Community:
Aristotle, Locke, and the Supreme
Court
Dr. Mary Nichols
Amy
Edmonds
May 2010
Milligan College,
Lecturer (part-time)
Autonomy and Church Opposition to
Authoritarianism in Latin America
Dr. Jerold Waltman
David
Ramsey
May 2010
West Florida University (tenure track)
The Role of the Supreme Court in
Antitrust Enforcement
Dr. David Nichols
Andy
Hogue
Dec. 2009
Baylor University,
Lecturer (full-time)
1980: Reagan, Carter, and the
Politics of Religion in America
Dr. Martin Medhurst


Other PhD Dissertations in Progress


Name
Dissertation Title
Dissertation Director
Current Position
Stephen Sims
Justice, Prudence, and Foreign Relations in Aristotle's Political Thought
Dr. Mary Nichols
Adjunct Instructor,
Baylor University
Catherine Mathie
Aristotle's Engagement with the Problem of Greed
Dr. Mary Nichols
Adjunct Instructor,
Baylor University
Eric Fleury
A Fruitless Crown: The Logic and Limits of Foreign Policy in Revolutionist Dictatorships
Dr. David Clinton
Visiting Instructor,
The College of the Holy Cross
Rex Carr
The Nature of International Politics: Nietzsche's International Political Theory Dr. David Clinton
Visiting Instructor,
University of Alaska at Anchorage, Fall 2014
Vince Reighard Nietzsche as Educator Dr. David Corey Instructor, Northwest Christian University
Josh King
Rousseau's Construction of International Relations Dr. David Corey
Adjunct Instructor, Baylor University