- Assistant Professor of Political Science
- Monroe 476
- [email protected]
Areas of Expertise
Political theory, religion and politics, political theology, and history of conservative political thought.
Professor Goldman’s teaching interests range from ancient republicanism to early-modern debates about church and state to contemporary democratic theory. His research centers the religious sources of political norms and values.
Prof. Goldman is completing a book about Christian Zionism in American political thought.
Ph.D., Harvard University, 2010
Professor Goldman has published in The American Conservative, The New Criterion, and Maximumrocknroll, as well as others.
The Shadow of God: Strauss, Jacobi, and the Theologico-Political Problem.
Friday 10-11am, and by appointment
Professor Goldman leads the Politics & Values Program, a Living & Learning Community for outstanding first year students.