Posted: Tuesday Oct 29, 2013
Oct. 29, 2013
Dr. Jason R. Jividen, assistant professor of politics at Saint Vincent College, will be the featured speaker at the annual fall colloquium sponsored by the school of humanities and fine arts and its department of philosophy at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18 in the Luparello Lecture Hall in the Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion on the campus of Saint Vincent College. Admission is free and open to the public.
Jividen’s presentation, titled, “Remembering Xenophon’s Socrates,” will critically examine the account of Socrates and Socratic political philosophy in the ancient Athenian general Xenophon’s work, The Memorabilia.
Jividen joined the Saint Vincent College faculty full time in the fall of 2010.
He earned bachelor of arts and master of arts degrees, both in political science, from Marshall University in 1997 and 1999 respectively. He completed his Ph.D. in political science at Northern Illinois University in 2007.
Jividen has presented numerous professional conference papers and delivered public lectures on topics in ancient and modern political philosophy, the principles of the American Founding, Lincoln’s political thought, and American Progressivism.
He is the author of Claiming Lincoln: Progressivism, Equality, and the Battle for Lincoln’s Legacy in Presidential Rhetoric, published by Northern Illinois University Press in 2011.
He teaches Principles of American Politics, Classical Political Thought, American Political Thought and Constitutional Law.
A native of Winfield, West Virginia, Jividen is the son of George Jividen and the late Sandra Jividen. He and his wife, Marcie Stover-Jividen, have two children, Wesley and Rebecca.
For more information, contact Dr. Margaret Watkins, 724-805-2566 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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