Prof. Scott Yenor CURRICULUM VITAE March 2015 Department of Political Science Boise State University 1910 University Avenue Boise, ID 83725 (208) 426-4370 (fax)

2133 Comisky St Meridian, ID 83646 (208) 284-6582 (cell)

Education Jan. 2000

Ph. D. in Political Science, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago IL

Publications Book Manuscripts Family Politics: The Idea of Marriage in Modern Political Thought (Baylor University Press, 2011). Books Under Contract The Family in the Modern World (Baylor, estimated date 2016) David Hume’s Humanity (Palgrave, due July 2015) Peer Review Journals “Between Rationalism and Postmodernism: David Hume’s Political Science of ‘Our Mixed Condition’” in Political Research Quarterly (June 2002). “Natural Religion and Human Perfectibility: Tocqueville’s Account of Religion in Modern Democracy” in Perspectives on Political Science (January 2004). “Humanity and Happiness: Treating Happiness in a Non-Teleological World” in Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy. (December 2003). “Revealed Religion and the Politics of Humanity in Hume’s Philosophy of Common Life” in Polity (Summer 2006). “Willa Cather’s Turn” in Perspectives on Political Science (Spring 2007).

Articles in Edited and On-Line Volumes (Articles from 2015 have not been added) Yenor, Scott. “Marriage, Change, and the Future of Self-Government” (January 2014) Yenor, Scott, “What Does Prudence Demand?” (September 2014). Yenor, Scott. “Building a Better Fatherhood.” Yenor, Scott. “Restoring the Link between Having Children and Raising Them.” (August 2014) Yenor, Scott. “The Founders and the Family” First Principles (2013). Yenor, Scott. “Population Decline and the Birth Dearth” (February 2013) at and “Review: What to do when No One is Expecting” at Yenor, Scott. “Toward a Less Minimal Marriage” (October 2012) at Yenor, Scott. “Hegel and John Paul II on Love” in First Things (July 2011). Yenor, Scott. “The Family’s End” and “The Family: What is to be done?” at and Yenor, Scott, “All the Progressive’s Men,” Review of American Presidency Series, Eds. Sean Wilentz and Arthur Schesinger, Jr., in Claremont Review of Books (Summer 2011). Cover article. At Yenor, Scott. “Is the separation of the executive from the legislative branches a viable form of governance in the modern world?.” American Government. ABC-CLIO, 2011. Web. 22 Feb. 2011.

Yenor, Scott. “Just Wars Permit Preemptive Strikes—Not Preventative Attacks.” American Government. ABC-CLIO, 2011. Web. 22 Feb. 2011. “Of Knavish Nobles and Well-Schemed Institutions: Hume’s Federalism” in The Ashgate Research Companion to Federalism, Ed. Lee and Ann Ward (Ashgate, 2009). “Spontaneous Order and the Idea of Religious Revolution,” in Liberalism, Conservatism, and Hayek’s Idea of Spontaneous Order, Ed. Peter McNamara abnd Louis Hunt (Macmillan, 2009). “Hate Crimes: Protected Prejudice or Punishable Motive?” in Moral Controversies in American Politics, 2nd ed., Eds. Byron Daynes and Raymond Tatalovich. (M.E. Sharpe, 2004, and 3rd Edition, 2010). “The Framers intended the nation to be based on Christian values,” in Debating the Issues: American Government and Politics, Ed. Robert T. Wilson (Longman, 2004). “John Locke and the Problem of Friendship” in Love and Friendship, Ed. Eduardo Velasquez (Lexington, January 2003). “The Constitutionalist Presidency,” with Travis S. Cook and Raymond Tatalovich, in Presidency Then and Now, Ed. Phillip Henderson (Rowman & Littlefield, November 1999). “The Normative Presidency,” with Travis S. Cook and Raymond Tatalovich, in Presidential Frontiers: Underexplored Issues in White House Politics, Ed. Ryan Barilleaux (Praeger, 1998). Research Presentations “The Family and the Crisis of Political Philosophy: The Remedies of John Paul II” St. Thomas Symposium on Women, May 2014. “Pricing and The Problem of the Administrative State” (September 2013) at Northwest Nazarene University for Business Roundtable. “Lincoln and the Problem of National Identity” (August 2013) at Jack Miller Center, Returning Fellows Conference (Philadelphia, PA). “Geraldine Brooks’ March and the Education of an Abolitionist” (November 2012) for Idaho Humanities Council. “The Problem of Ernest Hemingway” (October 2012) at annual meeting of the Hemingway Society, Ketchum Idaho.

“Willa Cather and the Crisis of Modernity” (July 2012) at conference for Idaho Humanities Council. “The American Founders and the Problem of Wisdom” Constitution Day Address at University of Mississippi (Sept 2012) and Presentation for Boise School District (Oct 2012) at “Inescapably Political” an editorial in USA Today opposing the use of “apolitical” committees to conduct redistricting, January 11, 2011. “Lincoln and the Problem of Civil Rights” for Idaho Humanities Council Speakers Bureau (Several times between 2011-present). “Nature and Contract: The Philosophic Challenge of Marital Unity” at Belmont Abbey College (March 2011). “The Family in the Liberal Order” at Princeton University (April 2011). “What is Unique about the Family” at University of Dallas (April 2011). “Daily Briefings from Israel” for Idaho Statesman and (June 2011), including three Sunday opinion pieces. “Studies in statesmanship: Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt” at Ashland College, Ashland Ohio (July 2011). “Constitution, States rights Must Balance,” Idaho Press Tribune (Sept 16, 2011). “Liberalism, Conservatism, and Spontaneous Order” at University of Virginia (April 2010). “The Nature of Family Unity” at Brigham Young University (May 2010). “The Federalist Papers and the American Tradition,” at Mercer College (June 2010). “Hume and the American Founders” in Pathway to the Founding on-line essay series at (Feb 2010). “The Problem of Reconstruction” at Boise School District’s Social Studies Conference, October 2010.

“Suffering and Modernity: Making Suffering Sensible” at Veritas Forum (Spring 2008). “How to Think about the Family in a Liberal Society,” at St. Vincent’s College (Fall 2009). Annual presentations at Boise School District’s Social Studies Conference; October 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010. Book Reviews Quentin Skinner, Hobbes and Republican Liberty (Cambridge, 2008) and Nicholas D. Jackson, Hobbes, Bramhall and the Politics of Liberty and Necessity (Cambridge, 2008), in The Review of Politics (2009) Christopher Finlay, Hume’s Social Philosophy (Continuum, 2007) in Hume Studies (2009). “A New Deal for Roosevelt,” A Review of Jonathan Alter, The Defining Moment (Simon and Schuster, 2006) in Claremont Review of Books (Winter 2006). Linda McClain, The Place of Families: Fostering Capacity, Equality, and Responsibility (Harvard University Press, 2006) in Perspectives on Political Science (Summer 2007). Mark Blitz, Duty Bound: Responsibility and American Public Life (Rowman and Littlefield, 2005) in The Review of Politics (Spring 2006). Daniel L. Dreisbach, Thomas Jefferson and the Wall of Separation between Church and State (New York University Press, 2002) in Perspectives on Political Science (Fall 2003). Philip Hamburger, Separation of Church and State (Harvard, 2001) in Perspectives on Political Science (Summer 2003). Ralph Rossum, Federalism, the Supreme Court, and the Seventeenth Amendment (Lexington, 2001) in Perspectives on Political Science (Spring 2002). Peter McNamara, Political Economy and Statesmanship: Smith, Hamilton, and the Foundation of the Commercial Republic (Northern Illinois Press, 1998) in Perspectives on Political Science (Spring 1999). Conference Participation List available upon Request.

Awards Longer List available upon request. Foundation for the Defense of Democracies Fellow, Tel Aviv Israel, June 2011 Jack Miller Dinstinguished Fellow, August 2011, August 2009, and August 2008. Jack Miller Center featured Returning Fellow, 2010. Earhart Fellow, Spring 2009 ($16,000 to complete research on Family Politics) Visiting Fellow, Social Philosophy and Policy Center, Bowling Green State University (Summer 2008). $20,000 for visiting fellow research on Family Poliitcs Research Sabbatical taken Fall 2008, awarded for the Fall 2007. John M. Olin Fellowship for faculty 2002-2003. Nominee for ASBSU Professor of the Year, College of Social Science and Public Affairs, 2001-2, 2003-4, and 2004-5.


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