Presidents’ Day Lecture — Dr. Jeffrey Tulis

02/22/2013 7:30 pm

Dr. Jeffrey K. TulisDr. Jeffrey K. Tulis is a professor in the Department of Government at the University of Texas at Austin.  His expertise covers the areas of American political development, constitutional theory, political philosophy, and the American presidency. His publications include The Presidency in the Constitutional Order (LSU, 1981; Transaction, 2010), The Rhetorical Presidency (Princeton, 1987), The Constitutional Presidency (Johns Hopkins 2009), and The Limits of Constitutional Democracy (Princeton, 2010). A graduate of Bates College, he earned an M.A. in political science at Brown University and his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago. He has previously held teaching positions at Harvard University, Princeton University, and the University of Notre Dame.


Lectures take place in St. Joseph Commons and are open to the public, free of charge

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Part of the St. Vincent de Paul Lecture and Concert Series, endowed by Barbara and Paul Henkels

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