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Douglas C Dow
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Email Address  Douglas.Dow@utdallas.edu    URL Dow Douglas' Webpage    Media Contact
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 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.Political ScienceJohns Hopkins University1997
 B.A.Political ScienceUniversity of Washington1989
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2002
Adam Smith on Conscience and Social ldentity American Political Science Association Meeting, August–September 2002
Category: American Political Science Association Meeting
Conference paper
2002
Where Is the Harm in Hate Speech?: Reflections on Law, Status and Injury Northwestrn political Science Association Meeting November 2002
Category: Northwestrn political Science Association Meeting
Conference paper
2002
Love and the Law: Theories of Recognition in Hegelian Thought Southwestern Political Science Association Meeting, March 2002
Category: Southwestern Political Science Association Meeting
Conference paper
2001
Insults, Injuries and Intersubjectivity American Political Science Association Meeting, September 2001.
Category: American Political Science Association Meeting
Conference paper
2000
Abstraction and the Problem of Personhood in Hegel's Philosophy of Right American Political Science Association Meeting, September 2000
Category: American Political Science Association Meeting
Conference paper
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04/1997 04/1997 Chair and Discussant for "Ancient Political Thought"
New York State Political Science Association Annual Meeting April 1997
03/2002 03/2002 Chair and Discussant for "Structuring Recognition: Gender, Race and Democracy"
Western Political Science Association Meeting, March 2002
03/2002 03/2002 Discussant for "Constitutionalism, Cosmopolitanism, and the Democratic Citizen"
Western Political Science Association Meeting, March 2002
03/2002 03/2002 Chair and Discussant for "Deliberative Democracy"
Southwestern Political Science Association Meeting, March 2002
03/2001 03/2001 Chair and Discussant for "The Politics of Identity(ies)"
Western Political Science Association Meeting, March 2001
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
09/2005-presentClinical Associate Professor, Associate Director of Collegium V  University of Texas at Dallas
09/2001-09/2005Assistant Professor  The University of Texas at Dallas
08/1999-09/2001Visiting Assistant Professor  The University of Texas at Dallas
08/1997-08/1999Visiting Full Time Lecturer  California State University at Northridge
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AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
  • 1994-1995 Dean's Teaching Fellowship
  • 1994 Fellowship in the History of Moral and Political Thought
  • University Fellowship from the Johns Hopkins University (1990-1997)
  • University of Washington Political Science Honors Program
  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Golden Key Honors Society

REFERENCES
Dr. Richard E. Flathman
Department of Political Science
The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 516-7527
flath_re@jhunix.hcf.jhu.edu

Dr. Kirstie M. McClure
Department of Political Science
University of California at Los Angeles
Box 951472
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1472
(310) 825-3650
kmmac@polisci.ucla,edu

Dr. Suzette Hemberger
5415 42nd sr. Nw.
Washington, D.C. 20015
(202) 364-8423
smithhemb@aol.com

Dr. Sylvia Snowiss
Department of Political Science
California State University at Northridge
Northridge, CA 91330-8254
(818) 677-3488
sylvia.sn0wiss@csun.edu

Dr. Edward J. Harpham
School of Social Sciences '
University of Texas at Dallas
Box 830688
Richardson, TX 75083-0688
(972) 883-2044
harpham@utdallas.edu

Courses Taught
  • Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
  • Constitution & Political Behavior in the U. S. and Texas
  • Crises in Constitutionalism
  • Empirical Democratic Theory (Graduate Seminar)
  • Early Modern Political Thought
  • Film and Politics
  • Jurisprudence
  • Political Institutions and Policies of the U. S. and Texas
  • Political Theory Politics of the Judicial Process
  • Race, Ethnicity and Justice
  • Rights
  • Social Issues and Values for Engineering and Computer Science
  • Theories of Recognition and Redistribution 
  • Twentieth Century Political Thought

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