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Robert W. T. Martin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Government

Robert W. T. Martin (Ph.D., Minnesota), Associate Professor, teaches political theory and his interests include American political thought, democratic theory, early modern political thought, philosophy of social science, and constitutional law. A Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award winner, Professor Martin has published Government by Dissent: Protest and Radical Democratic Thought in the Early American Republic (New York University Press, expected 2012), The Free and Open Press: The Founding of American Democratic Press Liberty, 1640-1800 (New York University Press, 2001) and (with Douglas Ambrose) The Many Faces of Alexander Hamilton: The Life and Legacy of America's Most Elusive Founding Father (New York University Press, 2006).  His  work has also appeared in Polity, The Journal of the Early Republic, History of Political Thought and Political Research Quarterly. In Spring, 2003 he was a Research Fellow at the New-York Historical Society, having previously been a summer fellow at the American Antiquarian Society.
Curriculum Vitae

To contact Professor Martin:

Phone 315-859-4273
Fax 315-859-4477
Email rmartin@hamilton.edu
Office KJ 113


The Free and Open Press (2001)
The Free and Open Press (2001)
The Many Faces of Alexander Hamilton (2006)
The Many Faces of Alexander Hamilton (2006)