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Teaching

Johns Hopkins University

  • Classics of Political Thought, 190.280
  • Virtue, Labor, Power (Classics of Political Thought), 190.281
  • Political Theory of Gender and Sexuality, 190.221
  • How to Be a Capitalist, 190.302
  • The Cultural Politics of Television, 190.303
  • Finding Democracy, 190.325
  • Pluralism, 190.368
  • Rereading Marx, 190.684
  • The Politics of Intelligibility, 190.686
  • Students of Althusser, 190.688
  • The Rise and Fall of the Frankfurt School, 190.612
  • Nietzsche and Freud: Drive, Will and Eros, 190.680
    (co-taught with Jane Bennett)
  • Language, Order, Action, 190.606
  • The Many Machiavellis, 190.636
  • Arthur Bentley and Jacques Rancière, 190.660.

Swansea University

  • Politics and the People, PO 107
  • Class, Nation, Gender, and Politics, PO 226 (co-convenor)
  • History of Political Thought, PO 202 (co-convenor)
  • The Politics of Pluralism, PO 3002 (convenor)
  • Approaches to Political Theory, PO M36 (convenor)
  • Gender and Culture, SEL M08

Penn State University

  • American Political Thought, Pl Sc 435 and Pl Sc 435W
  • Modern and Contemporary Political Theories, Pl Sc 432
  • Graduate Research Seminar, Pl Sc 597

University of Redlands

  • American National Government and Politics, GOVT 111 and 111E
  • Language and Politics, GOVT 361
  • Theorizing The Political, GOVT 361
  • Queer Theory, JNST 000V
  • Contemporary Political Theory, 319

Saint Mary’s College

  • American Politics, Political Science 101
  • Introduction to Democratic Political Thought, Political Science 262
  • Political Explanations, Political Science 304
  • History of Political Thought: Ancient and Medieval, Political Science 362
  • History of Political Thought: Modern, Political Science 363
  • Topics, Theorists, and Texts:  Gender and Sexuality, Political Science 372
  • Rethinking Freedom and Power: Political Science 469/Philosophy 410
  • Giving Up (on) Rights? Political Science 469/Philosophy 410
  • Post-Politics, Political Science 469/410
  • Language and Politics, Political Science 469/410, English 420
  • Introduction to Gender Studies, Women Gender & Sexuality 210
  • Women Studies 200
  • IDIS 180, Leadership Seminar
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Dr. Samuel A. Chambers
Department of Political Science
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD 21218, USA
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