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Sean Noah Walsh
Power and JusticePhilosophy and PoliticsModern Political IdeologiesInternational RelationsHumanities: Classical, Medieval, and RenaissanceHumanities: Enlightenment to the PresentPolitical Science Internships
Dr. Sean Noah Walsh joined the faculty of Capital in 2014. He teaches courses in the history of political thought and political philosophy, particularly ancient Greek and Roman political theory, and Marxism and critical theory. He is the co-editor of Interpretation in Political Theory (Routledge 2016, co-edited with Clement Fatovic), Counterrevolution and Repression in the Politics of Education (Lexington 2013), and Perversion and the Art of Persecution (Lexington 2012). His essays have been published in Political Research Quarterly, the Journal of Political Power, Polis, and Acta Politica. He also serves on the editorial board of Class, Race and Corporate Power. Prior to joining Capital, Dr. Walsh was a lecturer at Florida International University in Miami, FL. He received his doctorate in political science from the University of Florida in 2010, and holds master’s degrees from the University of Florida and University of Central Florida.
Ph.D. Political Science, University of Florida - 2010MA Political Science, University of Florida - 2008MA Political Science, University of Central Florida - 2005BA Philosophy, University of Central Florida - 1998
Interpretation in Political Theory (Routledge, 2016)Counterrevolution and Repression in the Politics of Education (Lexington, 2013)Perversion and the Art of Persecution (Lexington, 2012)