|Dept:||Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences|
|Schedule:||Autumn 2013 office hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.|
- Ph.D., Political Science, Southern Illinois University, 2013.
- B.A., Political Science, George Fox University, 2008.
Daniel Bennett is interested in the intersection of law, religion, and politics in the United States. He teaches courses in public law and American politics. His primary teaching interests include Constitutional law, law and society, and religion and politics. He also enjoys teaching courses on American political institutions (legislative, executive, and judicial) and the role of interest groups in the American political process. A native of the Pacific Northwest, he enjoys hiking, baseball, and taking in local microbreweries. He lives in Tacoma with his wife and son.
Daniel's current research examines the role of Christian conservative legal groups in the American political process. His qualitative research includes content analysis and semi-structured elite interviews, and his quantitative research includes social network analysis.
- TPOLS 320 - American Constitutional Law
- TPOLS 361 - U.S. Courts and Civil Liberty
- TPOLS 363 - Law in Society
- TPOLS 400 - American Presidency