David Beer

Education

  • Ph.D., Political Theory, Catholic University of America, 2012
  • M.A., Political Theory, Catholic University of America, 2009
  • A.B, Government, Georgetown University, 2007

Experience

  • 2017-Present, Associate Professor of Political Science, Malone University
  • 2017-Present, Associate Director, Center for Christian Faith and Culture, Malone University
  • 2012-2017, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Malone University

Recent Scholarly Work

  • Augustine and the Problem of Power: The Essays and Lectures of Charles Norris Cochrane. Forthcoming in 2017 from the Cascade Imprint of Wipf & Stock Publishers.
  • “Voegelin’s Debt to Augustine: The Mortgage of the City of God.” Forthcoming in 2017 in Anamnesis: A Journal for the Study of Tradition, Place and Things Divine.
  • Clyde Wilcox, Linda M. Merolla, and David Beer, “Saving Marriage by Banning Marriage: The Christian Right Finds a New Issue in 2004.” In The Values Campaign?: The Christian Right and the 2004 Elections. Edited by John C. Green, Mark J. Rozell and Clyde Wilcox. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 2006. Pp. 56-78.

Teaching Assignments

  • Introduction to American Politics
  • Political Philosophy
  • American Constitutional Law
  • American Political Thought
  • The President and Congress
  • War, Peace, and Revolution in the Christian Tradition
  • Political Theology
  • Internship
  • Political Science Senior Seminar
  • Central Questions in Philosophy
  • Criminal Procedure and Human Dignity