Gladden Pappin, Ph.D.

Education

Ph.D., Harvard University, Government, 2012
A.B., Harvard University, History, 2004

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor, University of Dallas, 2017-present
Visiting Scholar, Centre d'études du Saulchoir, Summer 2016-2017
Instructor, Political Science, College of the Holy Cross
Instructor, Political Science, University of Notre Dame
Concurrent Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame Law School

Recent Courses

Machiavelli Seminar
Aristotle's Politics
Principles of American Politics

Research Interests

Contemporary Politics and the Roots of Modern Politics, the Role of Novelty, Innovation, and Technology in Political Life, and Ecclesiastical Politics

Awards & Honors

Dr. Pappin has received fellowships from:

The Charles Koch Foundation (2016–2017)
The Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture (2014–2017)
The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (2013)
Harvard's Program on Constitutional Government (2012–2013)
Harvard's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (2005–2012)
the Earhart Foundation (2010–2011)
The Intercollegiate Studies Institute (2009–2010)
The Osage Tribal Nation (2000–2004)