- 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
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Acland House 22
740-427-5306 fax email@example.com
Professor Lisa Leibowitz began teaching in the team taught Quest for Justice course in 2006, having previously taught classes in Political Philosophy and American government at Michigan State University. Her dissertation is titled "On Hedonism and Moral Longing: the Socratic Critique of Sophistic Education in Plato's Protagoras."
Areas of Expertise
Education, morality and happiness in Plato
Ph.D. Michigan State University
M.A. Michigan State University
B.A. University of Toronto
"How Can You Tell a Sophist from a Philosopher ," (Festschrift for Kenyon College Professor, Kirk Emmert, forthcoming).
The entry on Courage, in The Encyclopedia of Political Thought (Wiley-Blackwell), forthcoming.
"Is Virtue One? An Analysis of Plato's Protagoras." Paper delivered at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 2008.
"A Threshold in Socrates Education: An Examination of the Introductory Scenes in Plato's Protagoras." Paper delivered at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 2007.
PSCI 101-102 The Quest for Justice
PSCI 491.01 ST: Politics and the Arts
PSCI 491.02 ST: The Education to Political Virtue
IPHS 113-114: Odyssey of the West