Graduate Placement

Jobs of Recent Social Thought Graduates: Some Examples

  • Inger Thomsen Brodey (PhD-1993) – Bank of America Distinguished Term Professor, Department of English and Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • Gregory Fried (PhD-1994) - Professor and Chair, Philosophy Department, Suffolk University.
  • Debra Romanick Baldwin (PhD-1995) – Associate Professor in the Department of English, Director of the University of Dallas Writing Program, and past president of the Joseph Conrad Society of America.
  • Steven Frankel (PhD-1998) - Professor, Xavier University.  
  • James Block (PhD-1998) - Associate Professor, DePaul University.
  • A.P. David (PhD-1998) - Assistant Professor, European College of the Liberal Arts, Berlin
  • Francis Duvinage (PhD-1998) - Director, National Scholarships Office, University of Maryland.
  • Algis Valiunas (PhD-1998) - Contributing editor of New Atlantis; Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.
  • Albert Keith Whitaker (PhD-1998) - Research Fellow, Boston College; President of Wise Counsel Research and an independent trustee and adjunct professor of management, Vanderbilt University.
  • Robert Gannett (PhD-1998) - Executive Director of Chicago's Institute for Community Empowerment.
  • Milena Hruby Smith (PhD-1998) - Faculty, Johns Hopkins Medicine.
  • Christopher Lynch (PhD-1998) - Professor of Political Science and Great Ideas, Carthage College.
  • Susannah Gottlieb (PhD-1999) - Associate Professor, Chair of the Comparative Literary Studies Program, Northwestern University.
  • Lorraine Smith Pangle (PhD-1999) - Professor and Co-Director, Thomas Jefferson Center, University of Texas, Austin.
  • Daniel Arenas Vives (PhD-2000) - Associate Professor, ESADE Business School, Barcelona.
  • Charles Randall Paul (PhD-2000) - President of the Foundation for Religious Diplomacy; Chairman and Founder at The World Table.
  • Rachel Zuckert (PhD-2000) - Assistant Professor, Rice University; Associate Professor, Northwestern University.
  • Peter Zusi (PhD-2001) - Lecturer, University College London.
  • Veronica Gventsadze (PhD-2001) - Lecturer, Lakehead University.
  • Richard Heitman (Phd-2001) - Associate Professor, Carthage College.
  • Aditya Adarkar (PhD-2001) - Associate Professor, Montclair State University.
  • James Kreines (PhD-2001) - Associate Professor, Claremont McKenna College.
  • David Ciepley (PhD-2001) - Lecturer, University of Virginia; Associate Professor, University of Denver.
  • David McNeill (PhD-2001) - Lecturer, University of Essex.
  • Jonathan Hand (PhD-2002) - Tutor, St. John's College, Santa Fe.
  • Ryan Hanley (PhD-2002) - Associate Professor, Marquette University.
  • Dean Moyar (PhD-2002) - Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University.
  • Peter Kanelos (PhD-2002) - President, St. John's College, Annapolis.
  • Svetozar Minkov (PhD-2004) - Associate Professor, Roosevelt University.
  • Julie Gifford (PhD-2004) - Assistant Professor, Miami University, Ohio.
  • Lenore Metrick-Chen (PhD-2005) - Associate Professor, Drake University.
  • Rodrigo Sanchez (PhD-2005) - Lawyer.
  • Benjamin Storey (PhD-2005) - Associate Professor of Political Science, Furman University.
  • Alan Pichanick (PhD-2005) - Tutor, St. John's College, Annapolis; Assistant Professor, Villanova University.
  • Susan West (PhD-2005) - Associate Professor, Delaware State University.
  • Katia Mitova (PhD-2005) - Associate Professor, Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
  • Bo Earle (PhD-2006) - Postdoc, Stanford University; Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia.
  • Margaret Litvin (PhD-2006) - Postdoc, Yale University; Associate Professor, Boston University.
  • Justin Tiwald (PhD-2006) - Assistant Professor, San Francisco State University; Associate Professor, San Francisco State University.
  • Daniel Doneson (PhD-2006) - Fellow in the Program for Constitutionalism and Democracy, The University of Virginia.
  • Kendall Sharp (PhD-2006) - Assistant Professor, University of West Ontario.
  • Victoria Albritton (PhD-2007) -  Lecturer in Gender Studies and the Common Core, University of Chicago
  • G. Borden Flanagan (PhD-2007) - Assistant Professor, American University.
  • Ewa Atanassow (PhD-2007) - Postdoc at Harvard University; Faculty Member, Bard College Berlin.
  • Dean DiSpalatro (PhD-2007) - Assistant Professor, Concordia University.
  • Jeremy Schwartz (PhD-2007) - Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University.
  • Mark Alznauer (PhD-2008) - Assistant Professor, Sweet Briar College; Assistant Professor, Northwestern University.
  • Brian Satterfield (PhD-2008) - Visiting Assistant Professorial Lecturer, St. Xavier University.
  • Daniel Silver (PhD-2008) - Assistant Professor, University of Toronto.
  • Meng Li (PhD-2008) - Professor of Philosophy, Peking University, Beijing.
  • David Possen (PhD-2009) - Instructor, Yale University; Lecturer at University of Copenhagen, Folkeuniversitet, and DIS.
  • Hugh Liebert (PhD-2009) - Visiting Research Fellow, University of Virginia; Assistant Professor, United States Military Academy, West Point.
  • Hannah Hintze (PhD-2009) - Postdoc, Villanova University; Tutor, St. John's College, Annapolis.
  • Peter Hansen (PhD-2010) - President, Hansen Capital Management, Lexington, VA.
  • Yuval Levin (PhD-2010) - Editor of National Affairs, Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.
  • Andrew Zawacki (PhD-2010) - Poet and essayist; Associate Professor, University of Georgia.
  • Katherine Kretler (PhD-2011) - Adjunct Professor, Queen's University
  • Thomas Bartscherer (PhD-2011) - Assistant Professor, Bard College.
  • Justin Evans (PhD-2011) - Postdoc, Villanova.
  • William Junker (PhD-2011) - Assistant Professor, University of St.Thomas.
  • David Wollenberg (PhD-2012) - Consultant, Boston Consulting Group.
  • Theodor Dunkelgrün (PhD-2012) - Five-year postdoctoral research fellowship, University of Cambridge.
  • Michael Subialka (PhD-2013) - Three-year postdoc as the Powys Roberts Research Fellow in European Literature at St. Hugh’s College, Oxford; Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Italian, University of California, Davis.
  • Jonathan Thakkar (PhD-2013) - Three-year postdoctoral fellowship in the Princeton Society of Fellows; Assistant Professor of Philosophy (without review), The University of British Columbia, Vancouver; Assistant Professor of Political Science, Swarthmore College.
  • Antón Barba-Kay (PhD-2013) - Assistant Professor of Philosophy, The Catholic University of America.
  • David Hayes (PhD-2014) - Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (faculty), Bard College Berlin.
  • Erin Leib Smokler (PhD-2014) - Director of Spiritual Development and Internship Coordinator at Yeshivat Maharat.
  • Gregory Freeman (PhD-2014) - Tutor, St. John's College, Annapolis.
  • Oded Schechter (PhD-2014) - Assistant Professor, Center for Advanced Studies, National Research University, Moscow.
  • Michael Thomas - (PhD-2015) - Lecturer in Stanford's Structured Liberal Education Program.
  • Robert Abbott (PhD-2015, Joint Degree with the Department of Germanic Studies ) - Tutor, St. John's College, Annapolis.
  • Tobias Joho (PhD-2015, Joint Degree with the Department of Classics) - Wissenschaftlicher Assistent (junior member of the faculty), Universität Bern, Switzerland.
  • Jeremy Bell (PhD-2015) - Lecturer, Campion College Australia, Sydney.
  • Alexander Orwin (PhD-2015) - Postdoctoral Fellow, Program on Constitutional Government, Harvard University; Assistant Professor of Political Science, Lousiana State University.
  • Jon Baskin (PhD-2017) - Edtior in Chief, The Point Magazine.
  • Anastasia Artemyev Berg (PhD-2017) - Donnelley Research Fellow in Philosophy, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University.
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