Courses Taught

Find below the syllabi for courses Professor Stoner is teaching or has recently taught. Note that most of the courses in Honors are team-taught.

POLI 1001 — Fundamental Issues of Politics (Spring 2020)

POLI 1002 — Fundamental Issues of Politics [Honors] (Spring 2020)

POLI 2051 — American Government (Intersession 2002)

POLI 3809 — Honors Seminar: Statesmanship and Constitutional Government (Fall 2014)

POLI 3809 — Honors Seminar: Revolution and Reform (Fall 2012)

POLI 4020 — American Constitutional Law (Spring Intersession 2013)

POLI 4021 — The American Constitution and Civil Liberties (Summer 2013)

POLI 4036 — The American Presidency (Fall 2019)

POLI 4080 — American Political Thought (Fall 2017)

POLI 4081 — History of Political Theory: Ancient and Medieval (Fall 2015)

POLI 4082 — History of Political Theory: Machiavelli to Nietzsche (Spring 2015)

POLI 7903 — Seminar in American Political Development (Spring 2007)

POLI 7980 — Seminar in American Political Thought (Fall 2017)

POLI 7980 — Seminar in American Political Thought: APT and Political Philosophy (Fall 2014)

POLI 7980 — Seminar in American Political Thought: The Founders and the Progressives (Fall 2011)

POLI 7980 — Seminar in American Political Thought (Fall 2006)

POLI 7981 — Seminar in Classical Political Thought: Rome (Fall 2005)

POLI 7981 — Seminar in Classical Political Thought: Utopia (Fall 2003)

POLI 7981/7991 — Seminar in Classical Political Thought: Aristotelianism (Fall 2015)

POLI 7982 — Seminar in Early Modern Political Theory: Liberalism (Fall 1999)

POLI 7982/7990 — Seminar on Leo Strauss and Eric Voegelin (Spring 2008)

POLI 7991 — Sp. Topics in Political Theory: Revolution (Spring 2021)

POLI 7991 — Sp. Topics in Political Theory: Tyranny, Nationalism, and Totalitarianism (Fall 2019)

POLI 7991/7903 — Sp. Topics in Political Theory: Free Speech (Summer 2018)

POLI 7991 — Sp. Topics in Political Theory: Economy and Polity, Morality and Faith (Fall 1998)

POLI 7995 — Contemporary Political Theory: The Walgreen Lectures (Fall 2016)

 

HNRS 1001/1003 — Ancient Western Civilization (Fall 2008)

HNRS 2000 — Critical Analysis: The Individual and the Community (Fall 2010)

HNRS 2030 — Humanities Colloquium: Aristotle and Aquinas on Nature and Justice (Spring 2019)

HNRS 2406 — European Civilization from 1400-1789: Renaissance to Revolution (Spring 2021)

HNRS 3001 — Renaissance, Reformation, and Enlightenment (Fall 2003)

HNRS 3030 — Humanities Colloquium: Aristotle and Aquinas (Spring 2013)

 

LAW 5830 — Constitutional Law Seminar: Judicial Personality and Constitutional Jurisprudence (Spring 2018)

 

CLAREMONT GRADUATE UNIVERSITY: PP 319H — Freedom of Speech and Expression (Summer 2017)

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY: Pol 332 – Topics in American Statesmanship: Constitution and Democracy (Fall 2013)

NEUWALDEGG INSTITUTE SYLLABUS–Political Philosophy (August 2006)