Dan Cullen | Associate Professor
Office: 306 Buckman Hall | | Email: cullen@rhodes.edu

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Daniel Cullen teaches political philosophy and the humanities and directs (with Stephen Wirls) The Project for the Study of Liberal Democracy, which promotes civic education through liberal education, with special attention to the philosophic sources of modern democracy. Cullen is the author of Freedom in Rousseau′s Political Philosophy and several essays on Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Montaigne, democratic theory, and liberal education. His is editor and contributor to Liberal Education and Liberal Democracy (forthcoming from Lexington Books). His most recent essay is "Freedom, Religion, and Social Unity: Another Rousseauian Paradox" which will appear next year in On Religious Liberty. His is also at work on Nature and Nation: American Democracy in the Mirror of Rousseau.


Education

Ph.D., Boston College
M.A., Dalhousie University


Courses
  • Humanities 101 - SEARCH:VALUES IN HST&REL
  • Humanities 201 - SEARCH:VALUES IN HIST & RELIG
  • Political Science 211 - POLITICS & LITERATURE
  • Political Science 214 - MODERN IDEOLOGIES
  • Political Science 216 - ISSUES:PHILOSOPHY OF LAW
  • Political Science 218 - JUSTICS, EQUALITY AND LIBERTY
  • Political Science 314 - MODERN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
  • Political Science 411 - CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL PHIL
  • Political Science 485 - SENIOR SEMINAR