Robert Morris University
Educational BackgroundPh.D., Political Science, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2012
Area of Expertise/ResearchMy research interests are in the American Presidency, Political Philosophy, Voting Theories and Elections, Democratic Theory, and Comparative Political Institutions.
PublicationsAmerican Presidential Power and the War On Terror: Does the Constitution Matter? (Palgrave MacMillan 2015)American Democracy: Founders, Enlightened Philosophers and Presidents (Lexington Books 2015)The Classics and the Founders: Analyzing the Theory of Democracy from Ancient Greece to America's Founding (Cambridge MA: Cognella Academic Press) December 2014The Cavalier Presidency: Executive Power and Prerogative in Times of Crisis (Lexington Books) 2014
Presentations2014 - Northeastern Political Science Conference (Boston MA, November 2014)
1. The Theory of Executive Emergency Power: Competing Thoughts that Support Use of Extraordinary Power in Liberal Democracies.
2. The Power of Crisis: The Hyper Unitary Presidency of GW Bush
Schedule of CoursesSchedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Justin
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