Robert Morris University
Educational BackgroundPh.D., Political Science, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2012Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, St John Fisher College, 2002Master of Arts, Political Science, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2006
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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