"I discovered my love of politics when I realized that I love learning about how human beings can and should live together in political communities."— Adam Carrington
Additional Faculty Information for Adam M. Carrington
B.A. Politics and Religion, Ashland University, 2007
M.A. Political Science, Baylor University, 2011
Ph.D. Political Science, Baylor University, 2014
Awards, Memberships & Fellowships
Teacher of the Month, February 2016, Student Federation of Hillsdale College
Justice Stephen Field’s Cooperative Constitution of Liberty: Liberty in Full. Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2017.
“Running the Robed Gauntlet: Southern State Courts’ Interpretation of the Emancipation Proclamation.” American Journal of Legal History (Forthcoming).
“Equality, Prejudice, and the Rule of Law: Alabama Supreme Court Justice Thomas Peters’ Protection of African-Americans’ Rights During Reconstruction.” Journal of Southern Legal History (Forthcoming Fall 2017).
“To Inform and Recommend: Hamilton and the Constitutional Ground for Interaction Between Executive Officers and Congress.” Presidential Studies Quarterly (Forthcoming Fall 2017).
“Constructed For Liberty: Justice Clarence Thomas’s Understanding of Separation of Powers.” American Political Thought 5, no. 4 (2016): 658-85.
“Free and Happy Bonds: Loving v. Virginia’s Nineteenth Century Precedent on Marriage and the Pursuit of Happiness.” Perspectives on Political Science 45, no. 2 (2016): 87-96.
POL 101: U.S. Constitution
POL 301: American Government
POL 303: The American Presidency
POL 305: Civil Rights
POL 306: Political Parties and Elections
POL 412/504: Politics and Literature
POL 416: Montesquieu
POL 742: The American Presidency
POL 743: Constitutional Law I: Constitutional Powers
POL 744: Constitutional Law II: Constitutional Rights
Collegiate Scholars 259: Hamilton: The Man; the Musical
Collegiate Scholars 259: Politics in the Bible