Ph.D., Boston College
M.A., Hebrew University
B.A., Hebrew University
Jonathan Yudelman studies political theory. His research interests include the ancients, early moderns (especially Thomas Hobbes and Giambattista Vico), politics and religion, the history of liberal thought, contemporary and American political thought, and Biblical political thought. He is currently working on a book, Thomas Hobbes and the Birth of Ideological Politics, presenting a reading of Hobbes and a theory of modern political order. He is Assistant Director of the Zavala Program at Baylor.
PSC 3413 - Politics and Literature: The 'American Experiment'
PSC 4v94-02 - Politics and Religious Tradition: The Hebrew Bible