Douglas Dow

Clinical Professor - Honors College
Tags: Political Science

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Political Science
Johns Hopkins University - 1997
B.A. - Political Science
University of Washington - 1989

Publications

Love and the Law: Theories of Recognition in Hegelian Thought Southwestern Political Science Association Meeting, March 2002 2002 - Publication
Where Is the Harm in Hate Speech?: Reflections on Law, Status and Injury Northwestrn political Science Association Meeting November 2002 2002 - Publication
Adam Smith on Conscience and Social ldentity American Political Science Association Meeting, August–September 2002 2002 - Publication
Insults, Injuries and Intersubjectivity American Political Science Association Meeting, September 2001. 2001 - Publication
Abstraction and the Problem of Personhood in Hegel's Philosophy of Right American Political Science Association Meeting, September 2000 2000 - Publication
Juridical Sociability Western Political Science Association Meeting, March 2000 2000 - Publication
From Princely Virtue to Political Economy: The Transformation of Liberality Western Political Science Association Meeting, March 1999 1999 - Publication
Those Whining and Melancholy Moralists Western Political Science Association Meeting, March 1998 1998 - Publication
Adam Smith and the Politics of Distance New York State Political Science Association Annual Meeting April 1997 1997 - Publication
Hume and James I on Liberality and Sociality Western Political Science Association Meeting, March 1995 1995 - Publication

Appointments

Clinical Associate Professor, Associate Director of Collegium V
University of Texas at Dallas [2005–Present]
Assistant Professor
The University of Texas at Dallas [2001–2005]
Visiting Assistant Professor
The University of Texas at Dallas [1999–2001]
Visiting Full Time Lecturer
California State University at Northridge [1997–1999]

Projects

Chair and Discussant for 'Taking Rights Seriously"
1999–1999 Western Political Science Association Meeting, March 1999
Chair and Discussant for "Deliberative Democracy"
2002–2002 Southwestern Political Science Association Meeting, March 2002
Chair and Discussant for "Ancient Political Thought"
1997–1997 New York State Political Science Association Annual Meeting April 1997
Discussant for "Constitutionalism, Cosmopolitanism, and the Democratic Citizen"
2002–2002 Western Political Science Association Meeting, March 2002
Chair and Discussant for "Post-Modern American Political Thought"
2000–2000 Western Political Science association Meeting, March 2000

Additional Information

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
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