Position title: Ph.D. Candidate: Political Theory | American Politics
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History of Political Thought, Civic Education, Early-Modern Liberalism, Contemporary Liberal Education
Tim is a Ph.D. candidate in political science at the University of Wisconsin Madison. His research examines the intersection of epistemology and civic education in early-modern liberalism. He is also interested in Ancient Roman political thought and contemporary liberal theory.
Tim graduated from Carthage College with a B.A. (summa cum laude) in Political Science in 2017. He also spent a year (2017-2018) teaching English and European History at Chongqing Normal University in China.
“Fostering Freedom: Judgment in Early-Modern Liberal Educational and Political Thought”
List of Publications
Tennyson, Timothy T. 2022. “Cicero’s Romulus and the Crafting of Historical Exempla.” History of Political Thought, Vol. 43, No.1. (Forthcoming)
PS 461: Education, Inequality, and Citizenship in the History of Political Thought [Interdisciplinary Seminar in Philosophy, Economics, and History] (Spring 2022)
Political Science 160: Introduction to Political Theory, Spring 2020, Spring 2021
Political Science 360: History of American Political Thought, Fall 2021
IHS Fellowship (Fall 2021)
IHS Fellowship (Summer 2020)
IHS Fellowship (Summer 2019)