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Kenneth Andrew Andres Leonardo received his Ph.D. in political science and M.A. in politics from Claremont Graduate University, and his B.A. in political science, international relations from Bucknell University. His research and teaching interests include history of political thought (Western and non-Western), American political thought and development, Native and Indigenous thought, inequality, resistance, revolution, and anticolonialism. Currently, he is working on research projects exploring the concept of the colonized intellectual, the understanding of equality in the early republic, and the anticolonial practice of Filipino martial arts. Recent and previous affiliations include the Newberry Library, the Huntington Library, and the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

Recent Courses Taught

The Way of the Warrior
Comparative Political Thought
Equality and Inequality in American Politics
American Political Development

Research Interests

Inequality, resistance, revolution, anticolonialism

Distinctions

  • Faculty Teacher-Scholar Award, Hamilton College 2024
  • Dean of Faculty Award, Hamilton College, 2023
  • Creative Arts & Technology Award, Hamilton College, 2023

Select Publications

“The Dangers of Demagogues and Democratic Revolution: On Aristotle’s Education of the Serious.” Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek and Roman Political Thought (forthcoming May 2024).

Professional Affiliations

Western Political Science Association
Association for Asian American Studies
New York Southeast Asia Network
Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy
The Association for Political Theory
Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy

Appointed to the Faculty

2022

Educational Background

Ph.D., Claremont Graduate University
M.A., Claremont Graduate University
B.A., Bucknell University

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