Dr. Christopher Burkett

Associate Professor of Political Science

Organization: 
Ashland University

Dr. Christopher Burkett, associate professor of political science, joined Ashland University in 2005. He teaches American political thought and institutions courses, and his fields of expertise include the American founding, American foreign policy, and political philosophy. He serves as faculty advisor to Student Senate, and was named Outstanding Male Faculty Member of the Year in 2008. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Ashland University and his M.A. and Ph.D. in politics from the University of Dallas.

 

Courses Taught:

  • Dissertation, "To Secure These Rights: National Security, Foreign Policy and the Principles of the American Founding."
  • A chapter titled "Contemporary Conservative Foreign Policy and the American Founding," in the forthcoming book Modern America and the Legacy of the Founding, (edited by R.J. Pestritto and Thomas G. West, Lexington Books, 2006).
  • Book review of Freedom Reclaimed: Rediscovering the American Vision by John E. Schwarz (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005), in Political Science Quarterly (Winter 2005/2006).
  • AHG 502 The American Founding
  • POLSC 370 Topics: American Founding
  • POLSC 321 American Political Thought II
  • POLSC 320 American Political Thought I
  • POLSC 305 Political Parties and Interest Groups
  • POLSC 301 American Foreign Policy
  • POLSC 102 Democracy in America
  • POLSC 101 Understanding Politics

Publications:

  • Dissertation, "To Secure These Rights: National Security, Foreign Policy and the Principles of the American Founding."
  • A chapter titled "Contemporary Conservative Foreign Policy and the American Founding," in the forthcoming book Modern America and the Legacy of the Founding, (edited by R.J. Pestritto and Thomas G. West, Lexington Books, 2006).
  • Book review of Freedom Reclaimed: Rediscovering the American Vision by John E. Schwarz (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005), in Political Science Quarterly (Winter 2005/2006).
  • AHG 502 The American Founding
  • POLSC 370 Topics: American Founding
  • POLSC 321 American Political Thought II
  • POLSC 320 American Political Thought I
  • POLSC 305 Political Parties and Interest Groups
  • POLSC 301 American Foreign Policy
  • POLSC 102 Democracy in America
  • POLSC 101 Understanding Politics
Phone Number: 
419.289.5686
Email Address: 
ccburkett@ashland.edu

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Jun
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32nd Annual Ashbrook Memorial Dinner with Tucker Carlson

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