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Department of Political Science




John Michael Parrish

Department of Political Science

Loyola Marymount University


Los Angeles, CA 90045

(310)-338-5810

jparrish@lmu.edu


CURRENT EMPLOYMENT




Associate Professor of Political Science, Loyola Marymount University, 2009-present


Visiting Scholar, Center for 17th and 18th Century Studies, UCLA, 2010-2011

PREVIOUS ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT




Assistant Professor of Political Science, Loyola Marymount University, 2006-2009


Assistant Professor of Political Science, Ohio State University, 2002-2006.


Fellow in Ethics, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University, 2000-2001.


Teaching Fellow, Department of Government, Harvard University, 1998-2002.


EDUCATION




Ph.D., Harvard University, November 2002. Department of Government.

Major field: Political Theory.

Minor fields: American Politics, International Relations

Dissertation committee: Richard Tuck (chair), Dennis Thompson, Pratap Mehta


M.A., Harvard University, May 2000. Department of Government


M.Phil., University of Cambridge, January 1996.

Political Thought and Intellectual History (with distinction). Wolfson College


A.B., William Jewell College, May 1994. Magna cum laude, with honors in History.

(Visiting Student, Regents Park College, University of Oxford, 1992-1993)


Diploma, Shawnee High School, Shawnee, Oklahoma, 1990


PUBLICATIONS


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Books (in print and forthcoming)



Paradoxes of Political Ethics: From Dirty Hands to the Invisible Hand. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. (Paperback edition, 2009).


Edited volumes (in print and forthcoming)


Manipulating Democracy: Democratic Theory, Political Psychology, and Mass Media –with Wayne Le Cheminant. Forthcoming from Routledge, 2010 (in production).


^ Damned If You Do: Dilemmas of Action in Literature and Popular Culture – with Margaret Hrezo. New York: Lexington Books, 2010.


Peer-reviewed journal articles (in print and forthcoming)


“Education, Erasmian Humanism, and More’s Utopia.” Forthcoming at Oxford Review of Education.


“Collective Responsibility and the State.” International Theory 1 (2009): 119-154.


“Defining Dilemmas Down: The Case of 24.” Essays in Philosophy 10 (2009): 77-109.

[Reprinted by permission in Margaret Hrezo and John M. Parrish, eds., ^ Damned If You Do: Dilemmas of Action in Literature and Popular Culture (Lexington Books, 2010)]


“Two Cities and Two Loves: Imitation in Augustine’s Moral Psychology and Political Theory” History of Political Thought 26 (2005): 209-35


“A New Source for More’s ‘Utopia’” ^ Historical Journal 40 (1997): 493-98


Book chapters (in print and forthcoming)


“Philosophical Foundations of Political Leadership.” Forthcoming in Richard Couto, ed., Political and Civic Leadership. (Sage, 2010).


“Manipulating Democracy: A Reappraisal,” with Wayne Le Cheminant. Forthcoming in Wayne Le Cheminant and John M. Parrish, eds., ^ Manipulating Democracy: Democratic Theory, Political Psychology, and Mass Media. (Routledge, 2010).


“Benevolent Skulduggery,” in Michael Genovese and Victoria Farrar-Myers, ed., Corruption and American Politics (Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2010).


“Moral Dilemmas and the Narrative Arts,” with Margaret Hrezo, in Margaret Hrezo and John M. Parrish, eds., ^ Damned If You Do: Dilemmas of Action in Literature and Popular Culture (New York: Lexington Books, 2010).

“Leadership, Ethics, and the Problem of Dirty Hands,” in Michael Genovese and Lori Cox Han, eds., Leadership at the Crossroads: Leadership and Politics (London: Praeger, 2008).


Book reviews, encyclopedia articles, opinion/editorial, etc. (in print and forthcoming)


“Political Theater” (encyclopedia article). Forthcoming in George Thomas Kurian, gen. ed., ^ International Encyclopedia of Political Science (CQ Press, 2011).


“Augustine of Hippo.” (encyclopedia article). Forthcoming in Terence Ball, ed., The Cambridge Dictionary of Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011).


“Dirty Hands.” (encyclopedia article). Forthcoming in Terence Ball, ed., ^ The Cambridge Dictionary of Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011).


“Sir Thomas More.” (encyclopedia article). Forthcoming in Terence Ball, ed., The Cambridge Dictionary of Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011).


“Pierre Nicole.” (encyclopedia article). Forthcoming in Terence Ball, ed., ^ The Cambridge Dictionary of Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011).


“Michael Allen Gillespie, The Theological Origins of Modernity.” (book review) Perspectives on Politics 7 (2009): 400-401.


“Code of Legislative Ethics” (encyclopedia article). In Lori Cox Han and Michael A. Genovese, eds., ^ Encyclopedia of American Government and Civics (Facts on File, 2008)


“The Speech Romney Should Have Given” (opinion/editorial). LMU Campaign 2008 Website, Feb. 27, 2008


“Hillary Clinton Talks To Her Plants.” (opinion/editorial). LMU Campaign 2008 Website, Nov. 16, 2007


“Bob Taft Needs To Do More Than Say He’s Sorry.” (opinion/editorial). Toledo Blade, August 25, 2005.


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RESEARCH IN PROGRESS




Book-length projects (in drafting or development stage)



The Death of Mercy (working title) – original manuscript, with Alex Tuckness. In drafting stage.


Political Rhetoric: A Guide and Casebook (working title) – original manuscript/reader. In development stage.


^ Leadership in Shakespeare (working title) – original manuscript. In development stage.


Political Theater (working title) – original manuscript. In development stage.


Working papers (in revising, drafting or development stage)


“Mercy and Punishment in Augustine’s Political Thought,” with Alex Tuckness In revising stage.


“St. Anselm and the Paradox of Justice,” with Alex Tuckness. In revising stage.


“Producing Politics: Art, Commerce, and Manipulation in the Political Comedies of David Mamet.” In revising stage.


“Kant and the Problem with Pardons,” with Alex Tuckness. In revising stage.


“Bentham and the Problem with Pardons,” with Alex Tuckness. In revising stage.


“The Mercy Paradox in Stoic Philosophy,” with Alex Tuckness. In drafting stage.


“Why is Mercy Such a Problem?”, with Alex Tuckness. In development stage.


“Mercy as Restraint: Mercy as a Political Concept in Pre-Christian Antiquity,” with Alex Tuckness. In development stage.


“Hobbes’s Demons.” In development stage.

“Monotheism and Value Pluralism.” In development stage.


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RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS




“The Mercy Paradox in Stoic Philosophy,” with Alex Tuckness. Presented at the Philosophy Department Colloquium, Iowa State University, 2010.


“Kant and the Problem with Pardons,” with Alex Tuckness. Presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 2010.


“Bentham and the Problem with Pardons,” with Alex Tuckness. Presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 2010.


“The Virtue of Mercy: Religion, Philosophy, and Politics.” Presented at the University of Chicago “A New Science of Virtues” Symposium, Chicago, 2010.


“Doing Justice to Mercy: Value Conflict and Public Life.” Presented at the Bellarmine Forum, “Vulnerability: Windows to the Human Condition,” Loyola Marymount University, 2009.


“St. Anselm and the Paradox of Justice,” with Alex Tuckness. Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, 2009.


“Mercy and Punishment in Augustine’s Political Thought,” with Alex Tuckness. Presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, 2009.


“Benevolent Skulduggery.” Presented at the Junior Faculty Research Workshop, Loyola Marymount University, 2008.


“The Philosophy of Public Leadership.” Presented at the Summer Institute for Leadership and the Liberal Arts, Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond, 2008.

“Manipulating Democracy: A Reappraisal,” with Wayne Le Cheminant. Presented at the Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, 2008. Previously presented at Loyola Marymount University.


“Defining Dilemmas Down: The Case of 24.” Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, 2008. Nominated for the Wilson Carey McWilliams Award for the best paper on politics, literature, and film presented at the annual meeting. Previously presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, 2008.


“Collective Responsibility and the State.” Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2007. Also presented at UCLA, 2007, the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2007, the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, 2007, and the New York State Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Manhattan, 2006.


“Political Ethics in the Renaissance.” Presented at the Political Theory Colloquium, Ohio State University, 2005.


“Representation and Collective Responsibility.” Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2005. Revised version presented at Ohio State University.


“Hobbes on Representation, Religion, and Moral Responsibility.” Presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, 2004.


“From Dirty Hands to the Invisible Hand: Paradoxes of Political Ethics.” Douglas Lecture in Political Ethics at the University of Illinois, Urbana, 2004. Revised version presented at McGill University, 2004, and at Loyola Marymount University, 2005.


“‘No Business Like Show Business’: Politics as Entertainment in American Film Satire” Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Boston, 2002.


“Dirty Hands Democratized: Mandeville’s Political Theory” Presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Long Beach, California, 2002.

“Two Cities and Two Loves: Moral Psychology and Political Theory in St. Augustine.” Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2002. Previously presented at Harvard University.


“Augustinian Theology and the Origins of Modern Capitalism.” Presented at the Erasmus Institute Conference on Catholic Intellectual Traditions in the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Leuven, Belgium, 2000.


“Paradox Lost: The Strange Transformation of the Private Vices, Public Benefits Argument.” Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2000. Nominated for the Foundations of Political Theory Award for the best political theory paper presented at the annual meeting. Alternate versions of this paper were presented at Yale University, Harvard University, Ohio State University, the University of Chicago, Princeton University, and the New School for Social Research.


“Leisure and Activity in Utopia: Ciceronian, Senecan, and Augustinian Strains.” Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, 1998.




TEACHING




^ Loyola Marymount University


Courses taught include:


HONS 130 – Society and its Discontents (Spring 2007)

POLS 220 – Introduction to Political Theory (Fall 2006-present)

POLS 325 – Classical and Christian Political Theory (Fall 2007)

POLS 326 – Modern Political Theory (Fall 2008)

POLS 392 – The Ethics of War (Fall 2006)

POLS 420 – Ethics, Politics, and Policy (Fall 2007)

POLS 423 – Political Rhetoric (Spring 2009)

POLS 492 – Punishment and Mercy (also THST 398) (Fall 2008)

POLS 497 – Politics and Film (Summer 2008)

POLS 592 – Senior Seminar: Political Manipulation (Spring 2007)

POLS 592 – Senior Seminar: Political Rhetoric (Spring 2008)

POLS 592 – Senior Seminar: Shakespeare’s Political Thought (Spring 2010)


New courses in development (likely to be taught in next 3-6 years) include:

POLS 327 – Contemporary Political Theory

POLS 492 – Lincoln’s Political Thought

POLS 592 – Senior Seminar: Renaissance and Reformation Political Thought

POLS 592 – Senior Seminar: Political Theater

POLS 592 – Senior Seminar: Tragedy and Moral Conflict


Student advisee achievements include:


LMU Valedictorian (Sean Grant) (2010)

Stanley Chan Award Co-Recipient (Meghan Fitch) (2010)

Stanley Chan Award Co-Recipient (Michelle Larson) (2010)

Rains Research Assistantship (Elizabeth Chitty) (2009-2010)

Departmental Scholar (Ryan Pickering) (2009)

Hansard Scholarship (Meghan Fitch) (2009)

Rains Research Assistantship (Meghan Fitch) (2008-2010)

Rains Research Assistantship (Ryan Pickering) (2008-2009)

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (Ryan Pickering) (2008)

Rotary Scholarship (Cynthia Salim) (2008)

Rains Research Assistantship (Sean Grant) (2007-2008)

Rains Research Assistantship (Naivasha Dean) (2007-2008)

Eugene Escalier Foreign Study Award (Melissa Daugherty) (2007)

Rains Research Assistantship (Ryan Peterson (2006-2007)

Rains Research Assistantship (Melissa Daugherty) (2006-2007)


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Ohio State University



Courses taught include:


PS 210 -- Introduction to Political Theory (Autumn 2003);

PS 670 -- History of Ancient and Medieval Political Thought (Autumn 2003-05); PS 671 -- History of Early Modern Political Thought (Winter 2003-06);

PS 672 -- History of Modern Political Thought (Spring 2003-05);

PS H567, H596 -- Honors Seminar: Politics and Ethics (Winter 2004-05);

PS H567 – Honors Seminar: The Ethics of War (Winter 2006);

PS 766 -- Graduate Seminar: Politics and Ethics (Winter 2003, Autumn 2005).


Student advisee achievements include:


Frances Aumann Award for Distinguished Senior Achievement, 2006 (Ben Jones)

Herbert Spencer Award, Best Undergraduate Thesis, 2006 (Andrea Kendall)

Lawrence J.R. Herson Award (senior), 2006 (Ben Jones)

Beinecke Scholarship Winner, 2006 (Ben Jones)

Elie Wiesel Prize Finalist, 2006 (Ben Jones)

OSU Undergraduate Research Scholarship, 2005 (Andrea Kendall)

Lawrence J.R. Herson Award (junior) Ben Jones (2005)

William Jennings Bryan Prize, Best Undergraduate Paper, 2005 (Ben Jones)

Honorable Mention, Jacobina Aman Award, Best Paper, 2005 (Neil Lall)

William Jennings Bryan Prize, Best Paper, 2004 (Dennis Johnson)

Honorable Mention, Jacobina Aman Award, Best Paper, 2004 (Ben Jones)

OSU nominee, Carnegie Scholarship, 2004 (John Hickey)

Lawrence J.R. Herson Award (junior), 2004 (John Hickey)


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Harvard University



Teaching Fellow, Department of Government, Harvard University, 1998-2002.


Courses taught include:


Gov 10, Introduction to Political Theory (Visiting Prof. James Schmidt);

Gov 1060, History of Ancient/Medieval Political Thought (Prof. Richard Tuck); Gov 1061, History of Modern Political Thought (Prof. Richard Tuck);

Gov 1091, Debating American Politics: Liberal Democracy Past and Present

(Prof. Michael Sandel, Prof. Harvey Mansfield, Visiting Prof. G.F. Will);

Gov 91r, Independent Study Supervision (Department of Government);

Gov 99, Hist 99, Undergraduate Thesis Advising

(Department of Government and Department of History)


Teaching Consultant, Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, 2000-2002.


Private advising on teaching methods with Graduate Teaching Fellows.

Taught short course, “Approaches to the First Day of Class,” 2001-2002.


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UNIVERSITY AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE




Loyola Marymount University


-- University and College Service


LMU Faculty Senate, 2010-present


Frank Sullivan Social Justice Committee, Member, 2008-present


LMU Research Council, Member, 2008-present


LMU Mock Trial Association, Faculty Adviser, 2008-present


Mentor, LMU Mentor for Mission Program, 2008-present


Invited Speaker, “Doing Justice to Mercy,” LMU Bellarmine Forum, 2009


Invited Speaker, “Come and See” Meeting, Center for Ignatian Spirituality, 2009


Organizer, Online Discussion Group on 4-4 Curriculum Reform, 2008-2009


Model Designer, Core Curriculum Revision Process, 2008-2009


Summer Assessment Workshop, Participant, 2008


Admissions Preview Day Faculty Speaker (for Political Science), 2008


University Honors Program Faculty Admissions Advisory Group, Member, 2008


BCLA Strategic Planning Review of Scholarship and Research Grant Programs, Coordinator for Faculty Advisement, 2007-2008


7th Annual Dilemmas of Democracy Conference, Institute for Leadership Studies, Conference Co-Director (with Wayne LeCheminant), 2007-2008


LMU 2008 Campaign Website (“The Presidency”), Contributor, 2007-2008


LMU College Democrats, Faculty Advisor, 2006-2009


-- Department Service (Department of Political Science)


Pi Sigma Alpha, Faculty Advisor, 2006-present


Student Awards Coordinator, 2007-present.


Political Theory Search Committee, Chair, 2010-2011


Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Review Team, Member, 2009


Academic Planning Review Committee, Member, 2008-2010


Department Representative, Core Curriculum Revision Process, 2008-2010


Assessment Committee, Member, 2007-2010


Student Forum on the Iraq War, Faculty Panelist, 2007


Pre-Graduate School Advisor, 2006-2009


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Ohio State University



-- University Service:


OSU Undergraduate Mock Trial Association, Faculty Advisor, 2004-2006


Steering Committee for the Mershon Center Project on Citizenship, 2003-2005


-- Department Service (Department of Political Science):


Executive Committee, Department of Political Science, Member, 2005-2006


Field Coordinator, Political Theory, 2005-2006


Political Theory Faculty Search Committee, Member, 2005-2006


Political Theory Colloquium, Co-Director, 2004-2006


Political Theory Curriculum Revision Committee, Member, 2002-2004


Undergraduate Studies Committee, Member, 2002-2006


Undergraduate Studies Committee Subcommittee on Awards, Chair, 2003-2006; Member, 2002-2006


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Harvard University



Graduate Student Committee, Department of Government, Representative, 2000-2002


Research Workshop in Political Theory, Department of Government, Student Coordinator, 1998-2000


Research Fellow, Prof. Richard Tuck, Prof. Paul Pierson, Prof. Russell Muirhead, Department of Government, 1996-2000


Professional



Co-Coordinator, American Political Science Association Working Group on Political Ethics, 2007-present; Member, 2005-present.


American Political Science Association, Member, 1996-present; Panel Organizer, Discussant, and/or Chair: 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, and 2010


Western Political Science Association, Member, 2002-present (intermittently); Panel Organizer, Discussant, and/or Chair: 2010


Canadian Political Science Association, Affiliate Member, 2008-2009; Panel Organizer, Discussant, and/or Chair: 2008


Midwest Political Science Association, Member, 2002-2007 (intermittently); Panel Organizer, Discussant, and/or Chair: 2004 and 2007


New York State Political Science Association, Member, 2006-2007; Panel Organizer, Discussant, and/or Chair: 2006


Journal peer reviews: ^ International Theory, Political Studies, The Review of Politics, and Social Theory and Practice


Manuscript reviews: Thomson/Wadsworth Publishing, 2005


Community


Panelist, “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington and Contemporary Political Ethics,” Bel Air Presbyterian Church, Los Angeles, 2009


“Ignatian Spiritual Exercises.” Sermon, delivered at University Baptist Church, Shawnee, Oklahoma, 2008


Editor, with William Mitchell. ^ Glory Shakes the Ground: Written Prayers of James E. Hurley, Oklahoma Baptist University Centennial Books, 2008


All Saint’s Episcopal Church, Beverly Hills, California, 2007-present


St. John’s Episcopal Church, Worthington, Ohio, Member, 2002-2006; 20s and 30s group, St. John’s, Worthington, Member, 2002-2006


Adult Education Committee, St. John’s, Worthington, Co-Chairperson, 2004-2005; Member, 2003-2005


“Politics and the Church.” Two-part lecture series, delivered at St. John’s, Worthington, Fall 2004


“Christian Ethics.” Six-week discussion class, taught at St. John’s, Worthington, Summer 2004


Commencement Speaker, Shawnee High School, 2003


“Christian Attitudes toward War and Peace.” Two-part lecture series, delivered at St. John’s, Worthington, Spring 2003.


Food Pantry Volunteer, Cambridgeport Baptist Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1997-2002

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FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS




Recipient (with Alex Tuckness), “A New Science of Virtues” Grant, Arete Initiative, University of Chicago, 2010


Visiting Scholar, Center for 17th and 18th Century Studies, UCLA, 2010-2011


Recipient, Bellarmine College of the Liberal Arts Summer Research Grant, 2010


Finalist (with Alex Tuckness), “A New Science of Virtues” Grant, Arete Initiative, University of Chicago, 2009


University nominee, Arnold and Lois Graves Award, for teachers in the humanities, 2009


Nominee, Wilson Carey McWilliams Award for the best paper on politics, literature, and film presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2008


Loyola Marymount University Summer Assessment Workshop Grant, 2008


Loyola Marymount University Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Faculty Advisor Grant, 2008


Loyola Marymount University Interdisciplinary Team Teaching Grant (for course “Punishment and Mercy”), 2008-2010


Loyola Marymount University Rains Research Assistant Grant, 2006-2007, 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2010-2011


Person of the Year, Time Magazine, (co-winner), 2006


Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award Nominee, 2005


Ohio State University Teaching Grant, Honors and Scholars Program (for course, “Politics and Ethics”), 2004-2006


Ohio State University Faculty Invitee, President’s Salute to Undergraduate Academic Achievement, 2004, 2006


Ohio State University Faculty Invitee, Beanie Drake Student Leadership Award reception, 2005


Ohio State University Faculty Invitee, Honors and Scholars Collegium Student Achievement Awards. 2004


Packard Fellowship for Dissertation Completion, Harvard University, 2001-2002


Charlotte W. Newcombe Fellowship Finalist, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 2002


Nominee, Foundations of Political Theory Award for the best paper on political theory presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2000


Edmond J. Safra Graduate Fellowship in Ethics, Harvard University, 2000-2001


Pew Younger Scholars Graduate Summer Seminar, “Foundationalism in Politics,” with Nicholas Wolterstorff, Austin, Texas, 1999


Harvey Fellowship, Mustard Seed Foundation, 1996-1999


Carl J. Friedrich Prize Fellowship in Government, Harvard University, 1996-1998


Distinction (1st class degree) awarded, M.Phil. thesis, University of Cambridge, 1995


Faculty Award Finalist, William Jewell College, 1994


The ^ Hilltop Monitor Award for Excellence in Journalism, William Jewell College, 1994


Missouri College Newspaper Awards, Editorial Writing: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards, 1994; Film Criticism, 2nd place award, 1992


President, Phi Sigma Tau philosophy honorary society, William Jewell College chapter, 1993-1994; Vice-President, 1991-1992


National Endowment for the Humanities, Younger Scholars Award, 1992


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OTHER EMPLOYMENT




Director of Development for Foundation/Corporate Giving, Oklahoma Baptist University, 1995-1996.


Interim Director of the Annual Fund, Oklahoma Baptist University, 1995-1996.


Instructor of Philosophy, Oklahoma Baptist University, 1995.


Reporter, The Shawnee News-Star, Shawnee, Oklahoma, 1994.


Intern, U.S. Senator David L. Boren, Washington, D.C., and Oklahoma City, 1993-1994.


Senior Writer and Critic, The Hilltop Monitor, William Jewell College, 1992-1994.

REFERENCES




Richard F. Tuck

Frank G. Thomson Professor of Government

Harvard University

Cambridge, Massachusetts


Dennis F. Thompson

Alfred North Whitehead Professor of Political Philosophy

Harvard University

Cambridge, Massachusetts


Pratap Bhanu Mehta

President, Center for Policy Research

New Delhi, India


Arthur Applbaum

Professor of Ethics and Public Policy

Harvard University

Cambridge, Massachusetts


Danielle S. Allen

UPS Professor in the School of Social Science

Institute for Advanced Study

Princeton, New Jersey


Terence Ball

Professor of Political Science

Arizona State University

Tempe, Arizona


Clarissa Rile Hayward

Associate Professor of Political Science

Washington University

St. Louis, Missouri


Evan Gerstmann

Professor and Chair of Political Science

Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, California





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