Hale's Faculty Page
Office: 347F Fayard Hall
Office Phone: 985-549-5429
Fields of Study: Political Theory, American Politics, Politics and Literature, Politics and Science
Courses Taught: Political Science 201: American Politics, Political Science 202: State and Local Government, Political Science 300: Research Methods and Statistics, Political Science 460: Public Administration
Education: B.A. in Politics, 2005, Washington and Lee University; M.A. in Political Science, 2007, Boston College; Ph.D. in Political Science, 2012, Louisiana State University
- Plato's Atlantis: An Examination of the Beginnings of the Atlantis Myth in the "Timaeus" and "Critias". Presented at the 2012 Louisiana Political Science Association annual meeting in Baton Rouge, LA.
- Science, Technology, and the Founding of Modern Political Thought. Presented at the 2011 Southern Political Science Association annual conference in New Orleans, LA.
- God is Dead, Long Live God: Examining Rebellion and Redemption in "The Violent Bear It Away". Presented at the 2009 American Political Science Association annual conference in Toronto, ON.
- Reason vs. Revenge: Balancing Vengeance and Law in Ancient Greek Tragedy and the Modern Western. Presented at the 2008 American Political Science Association annual conference in Boston, MA.
- The Destruction of Man and the Redemption of Mankind in Nietzche's "Thus Spoke Zarathustra". Presented at the 2008 New England Political Science Association annual conference in Providence, RI.