Position title: Graduate fellow
POLI SCI 363: Literature and Politics
Noah Stengl is a Ph.D. student in the Political Science Department at UW-Madison and a graduate fellow at the Center for the Study of Liberal Democracy. His research focuses on modern political thought, especially that of Alexis de Tocqueville, and Environmental Political Theory, and he is currently preparing a dissertation on conceptions of nature and theories of property as they pertain to land use. His research on Tocqueville has appeared in the Political Science Reviewer and Aristocratic Souls in Democratic Times (Lexington, 2018). In 2021, Noah became the Managing Editor for the Political Science Reviewer. He holds a BA in Political Science (Honors) and Economics from UW-Madison, and an MA in Political Science from Northwestern University.