Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science
B.S., Bible, Freed-Hardeman University, 2008
M.P.P., American Politics, Pepperdine University, 2012
J.D., Pepperdine University, 2012
Ph.D., Baylor University, 2016 (anticipated)
Nathan entered Baylor's political science program in the fall of 2012. He completed his undergraduate education at Freed-Hardeman University with a Bachelor of Science in Bible. His interests include the American Founding, constitutional law, the common law, conservative thought, pluralism, and political theology.
Title: "Political Pluralism and the Law"
Anticipated Completion: Spring 2016
Presentations"Political Pluralism and the Common Law," paper presentation at Lone Star Conference for the Study of Political Thought, Houston, TX (2015).
"Disaster Averted: Judicial Statesmanship in Stuart v. Laird," American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL (2013).
"Believe the Works," 72nd Annual Freed-Hardeman University Lectureship, Henderson, TN (2008).
Courses TaughtPSC 2302: American Constitutional Development
POL 335: International Relations
HIS 412: Western Political Thought
GTX 2301: Intellectual Tradition of the Ancient World (Spring 2014)
PSC 4V94: Politics Thru Games-Simulations (Spring 2014)
PSC 4390: Advanced Presidential Leadership (Spring 2013)
PSC 4350: Political Parties (Fall 2012)
PSC 3330: American Presidency (Spring 2013)
PSC 2302: American Constitutional Development (Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Spring 2014)