- Political Science Faculty
- Fred E. Baumann
- Pamela Camerra-Rowe
- Harry M. Clor
- John M. Elliott
- Kirk R. Emmert
- H. Abbie Erler
- Pamela K. Jensen
- Tom Karako
- Joseph L. Klesner
- David Leibowitz
- Lisa Leibowitz
- Michelle S. Mood
- Nancy R. Powers
- Gilda Rodríguez
- David M. Rowe
- Nayef H Samhat
- Timothy Spiekerman
- Kathleen Tipler
- David Traven
- Stephen E. Van Holde
Associate Professor of Political Science and Humanities
Acland House 05
740-427-5306 fax firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Spiekerman came to Kenyon College as a Bradley Post-Doctoral Fellow in 1996 and currently holds a joint position in Political Science and the Interdisciplinary Program in Humane Studies, where he teaches The Odyssey of the West. In addition to teaching our introductory course, The Quest for Justice, he teaches courses in political theory and politics and literature for the department. He is the author of Shakespeare's Political Realism. He recently served on the Sexual Misconduct Review committee and is currently serving as Chair of the Political Science Department.
B.A. Carleton College
Ph.D. Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago
"The Making of a Politician: Shakespeare's Prince Hal at Work and Play," Perspectives on Political Science, Vol.41, no. 4, October-December 2012.
"The Inevitable Monarchy: Shakespeare's Julius Caesar," in Natural Right and Political Philosophy: Essays in Honor of Catherine Zuckert and Michael Zuckert, ed. Ann and Lee Ward, Notre Dame: Notre Dame University Press, Fall 2012.
"Diversity, Globalism, and Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart." Chapter in a volume on political education (forthcoming).
"Hotspur & Falstaff versus the Politicians: Shakespeare's view of honor," in Shakespeare and the Body Politic, ed. Bernard Dobski and Dustin Gish, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, Fall 2012."Machiavelli on Fraud" (currently seeking placement).
IPHS 113-114: Odyssey of the West
PSCI 101-102: The Quest for Justice
PSCI 320: Historicism
PSCI 321: Post-Modern Political Thought
PSCI 425: Machiavelli and Shakespeare
PSCI 431: Ambition and Politics
PSCI 432: The Idea of Community