William Miller to teach Western Moral Tradition and World Politics

August 28, 2012  |  PRESS RELEASES

Dr. William Miller, Professor of Politics at Marymount University and Adjunct Professor at IWP, will teach Western Moral Tradition and World Politics (IWP 615) during the fall 2012 semester.  

Professor William Miller joined the faculty of Marymount in 1986, where he established the Politics program in 1987 and chaired the department until 1998.  Dr. Miller has taught a wide variety of Politics courses at Marymount, though his particular interest is in the political and religious thinking that generates contemporary terrorism and revolutionary activity.

Before coming to Marymount, Professor Miller practiced law in Pennsylvania and with the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary. He also taught politics and law at several colleges and universities, including the law school of Widener University.

Prof. Miller gave the Constitution Day Lecture at IWP in 2010, and the school is delighted to welcome him back to teach this semester.