Daniel Ogden

Daniel Ogden
M.A. Student in History, Temp. Lecturer in the Dept. of Political Science and Hankamer School of Business
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Advisor

Dr. Michael Parrish

Research Interests

U.S. Military, Diplomatic, and Commercial History, particularly during the Civil War Era; History of International Trade in the U.S.; International Commercial Policy of the Union and Confederacy during the Civil War; Historical connection between Reformed Theology and Lockean Natural Rights Theory as expressed in the U.S. Declaration of Independence

Education
  • J.D. Law, Texas Tech University, 1987
  • M.A. International Management, University of Texas at Dallas, 1984
  • B.G.S. with Honors, History & Political Science, University of Kansas, 1979
Awards/Fellowships/Grants
  • Former Chair, National District Export Council, 2012-2014
  • Co-Founder, Dallas Chapter, Lawyers Division, The Federalist Society, 1990
  • Founding President, Texas Tech International Legal Affairs Society, 1984
Publications
  • Brand Protection in Foreign Markets, THOMSON-REUTERS PRACTICAL TRADE & CUSTOMS STRATEGIES, January, 2013
  • Foreign Trade Barriers, THOMSON-REUTERS PRACTICAL TRADE & CUSTOMS STRATEGIES, December, 2012
  • Export Compliance & Foreign Distribution Intermediaries, THOMSON-REUTERS PRACTICAL TRADE & CUSTOMS STRATEGIES, October, 2012
Other Info

Hold a position as a Full-Time Temporary Lecturer in the Baylor University Political Science Department and the Baylor University Hankamer School of Business, currently teaching PSC 4305 - International Law, PSC 4325 - Asian International Relations, PSC 4375 - International Organizations, and INB 4345 - Global Trade Compliance; previously was the Baylor University Director of Trade Compliance from 2018-2020; Licensed Attorney in Texas and Licensed U.S. Customs Broker