John Boersma

Credentials: John Boersma: CV

Position title: Post-doctoral Fellow

Email: jboersma2@wisc.edu

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Spring 2021

POLI SCI 460-1: Christian Political Thought
POLI SCI 460-2: Aristotle

Fall 2020

POLI SCI 460: Christian Political Thought

Ph.D. John Boersma

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Classical Political Theory; Christian Political Theory; Constitutional Law and Interpretation

EDUCATION
Ph.D. in Political Science, Louisiana State University
M.A. in Political Science, St. John’s University
J.D. St. John’s University School of Law
B.A. in Political Science, Ave Maria University

BIOGRAPHY
John Boersma explores the history of political theory. He especially enjoys teaching, researching, and writing about classical political thought. John earned a Ph.D. in Political Science at Louisiana State University, where he wrote his dissertation, Aristotle’s Quarrel with Socrates: Friendship in Political Thought. In addition, John has published articles in various online forums and peer-reviewed journals. Before joining CSLD, John taught at Texas State University.

COURSES
Spring 2021
POLI SCI 460.1 – Christian Political Thought
POLI SCI 460.2 – Aristotle

Fall 2020
POLI SCI 460 – Christian Political Thought

AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Center for the Study of Liberal Democracy, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2020

Jack Miller Center Summer Fellow, 2019

Sidney Richards Moore Fellowship in Political Philosophy, 2018, 2019

Eric Voegelin Scholars Award, Louisiana State University, 2016, 2017