Robert W. T. Martin, Ph.D.
Robert W. T. Martin (Ph.D., Minnesota),
Assistant Professor, teaches political theory and his interests include
American political thought, democratic theory, early modern political
thought, philosophy of social science, and constitutional law. Professor
Martin's work has appeared in History of Political Thought
Research Quarterly. Book reviews of his have appeared in the
American Political Science Review
and the Review of Politics. Most recently, he published The
Free and Open Press: The Founding of American Democratic Press Liberty,
York University Press, 2001). His current book project is titled,
Government by Dissent: Democracy, Dissent, and the Early American Public
Sphere, and in Spring of 2003 he was a Research Fellow at the New-York
Historical Society, researching early American theories of the dissentient
public sphere. His C.V. is available by clicking here.
2004-2005 Course Schedule: TBA
To contact Professor Martin:
The Free and Open Press: The Founding of American Democratic Press Liberty, 1640-1805 (2001)
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