This summer, IWP welcomed three new full-time professors. Dr. Anne Bradley and Dr. Christopher C. Harmon were previously adjunct professors at IWP. Prof. Dennis Teti has joined IWP as a new faculty member.
This fall, Dr. Bradley will teach Economics for Foreign Policy Makers. Dr. Harmon will teach Military Strategy: Theory and Practice, both in person and online. Prof. Teti will teach Sources of American Political Thought (both in person and online) and Western Moral and Political Thought.
Dr. Anne Bradley has been teaching at IWP since 2013. She is the George and Sally Mayer Fellow for Economic Education and the Academic Director at the Fund for American Studies. Her academic work focuses on the political economy of terrorism, women and civil society, and the intersection of theology and economic freedom. Dr. Bradley has previously been a visiting lecturer at Georgetown University, and Charles University, Prague. She also teaches at George Mason University and is an Acton Affiliate Scholar.
Dr. Bradley received her Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University in 2006. During that time, she was a James M. Buchanan Scholar.
Dr. Christopher C. Harmon, a professor at civilian and military graduate schools, began teaching courses at IWP on terrorism and later counterterrorism after 9/11. Before joining IWP, he was a Legislative Aide for Foreign Policy to a member of Congress and later director of counterterrorism studies programs in Asia and Europe for the US government.
Dr. Harmon is the lead author or editor of eight books and formerly held the Bren Chair of Great Power Competition at Marine Corps University, Quantico, VA. He now serves as Distinguished Fellow at the Brute Krulak Center for Innovation and Future Warfare at Marine Corps University.
Dr. Harmon holds an M.A. in government and a Ph.D. in international relations and government from Claremont Graduate School.
Prof. Dennis Teti has over 40 years of experience in politics and political science. Before joining IWP, Mr. Teti had taught political science at Hillsdale College, Regent University, and the Catholic University of America. He also held multiple federal political positions. In these positions, he was responsible for policy formulation at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and the House of Representatives.
Prof. Teti served on the staff of the Select House Committee Investigating the Iran-Contra Affair (1987), prepared witness questions, and helped write the Report. He also coauthored The President’s Advisory 1776 Commission Report (2021) to promote civic education in America’s founding principles.
He holds a B.A. from Cornell University and an M.A. from the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research.