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Isaac Kramnick

Richard J. Schwartz Professor of Government Cornell University

Personal Data: Born: Married: Children: 6 March 1938, Worcester, Massachusetts Miriam Brody, 20 January 1963 Rebecca, 28 March 1965 Jonathan, 25 May 1967 Leah, 19 January 1972

Education: Harvard University, Ph.D., 1965 Cambridge University (Peterhouse), 1959-1960 Harvard College, B.A., Summa Cum Laude, 1959 Millis, Massachusetts, Public Schools, 1943-1955 Academic Appointments: Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Cornell University, 2001 - 2005. Richard J. Schwartz Professor of Government, Cornell University, 1983 - present. Professor, Government Department, Cornell University, 1975 ­ 1983; 2005 - present. Associate Professor, Government Department, Cornell University, 1972 - 1974. Associate Professor, Political Science Department, Yale University, 1971 - 1972. Assistant Professor, Political Science Department, Yale University, 1968 - 1971. Assistant Professor, Politics Department, Brandeis University, 1966 - 1968. Instructor, Government Department, Harvard University, January 1965 - June 1966. Teaching Fellow, Harvard University, 1963 - 65. Administrative and Professional Activities: Director Undergraduate Study, Government Department 2008-2010 West Campus House Council 2000-present Cornell Sesquicentennial Committee 2009-present Chair, Ezra Cornell Bicentennial Committee 2005-2007 Committee to visit Harvard College 2004-present President, Cornell Chapter, Phi Beta Kappa 2004-2009 Chair, University Committee on Restructuring West Campus Residential Life, 1998 2005

Kramnick / page 2 Arts College Agenda Committee, 1998 Arts College By-laws Committee Program Chair, Political Theory Panels, APSA Annual Convention, 1998. CAU Advisory Board, 1998-2001. Editorial Board, Eighteenth Century Studies, 1998-2001. Chairman, Government Department, Cornell University, 1996-. University Senate, Government Department Representative, 1996-. Trustee, Cornell University, (Faculty elected seat), 1990-1994. Senior Sexual Harassment Officer, College of Arts and Sciences, 1993-94. Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, 1986-1989. Search Committee, Dean of I.L.R. College, 1987-1988. Search Committee, Dean of Human Ecology College, 1987-1988. Chairman, Government Department, Cornell University, 1981-1985. Co-Chair, Faculty Committee on Residence Life, 1984-1985. Chair, Residential Learning Committee, 1983-1985. External Examiner, Swarthmore College, May 1983, 1984. Member, Harry Caplan Prize Committee, 1983-85. Member, Search Committee for Women's Studies, 1983, 1985. Chair, New York Upstate Conference on Political Thought, 1982-1983. Member, Search Committee for Director of Cornell-in-Washington, 1983. Member, Cornell Cinema Advisory Board, 1982-1985. Member, FCR Committee on Academic Freedom and Integrity, 1982-84. Chair, Faculty Advisory Committee on Study Abroad, 1982-83. Admissions Committee, Arts College, 1982-85. Executive Board, Cornell Women's Studies Program, 1982-85. Secretary, Vicious Circle, 1982-1985. Secretary, Cornell Chapter, Phi Beta Kappa, 1981-1989. Member, Provost's Commission on Writing, 1980-1981. President, Cornell Chapter, Phi Beta Kappa, 1978-1979. Acting Chairman, Government Department, Cornell University, 1978-1979. Principal Organizer of British Crisis Conference, Cornell University, April 1978. Member, Arts College Committee on Writing, 1977-1979. Member-at-Large, Faculty Council of Representatives, Cornell University, 1976-1979; 1980-1982. Editorial Board, The Eighteenth Century, 1978 --. Editorial Board, Eighteenth Century Studies, 1975-1978. Educational Policy Committee, Arts College, Cornell University, 1975-1978. Consultant to American Council on Education Study on Intercollegiate Athletics, 1973-1974. Consultant to Cornell Labor College, New York City, 1973-1974. University Senator, Cornell University, 1973-1974. Director of Graduate Studies, Government Department, Cornell University, 19731977. Director, Yale Summer High School (Upward Bound Program), 1970.

Editorial Consultant, Antheneum Publishing Company (in political thought), 1968Editorial Assistant, American Political Science Review (reviewer of articles in political theory), 1967-1968. Member and Treasurer of American Political Science Association "Committee to Study Graduate Education," 1969. Graduate Course Study Committee, Yale Political Science Department, 1969-1972. Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Political Science Department, Yale University, 1968-1969. Director of Undergraduate Studies, Politics Department, Brandeis University, 19671968. Director of Undergraduate Studies (Head Tutor), Government Department, Harvard University, 1965-1966. Community Service: City of Ithaca, Chair of Planning Board, 1983-1985. Advisor to the Mayor of Ithaca, 1983-1985. Member, Cornell - City of Ithaca Coordinating Committee, 1983-1985. Honors, Prizes, and Grants: THE BOARD, AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, 2010Cornell Fraternities and Sororities Administrator of the Year, 2004 Stephen K. Weiss, Presidential Fellow, 1998 Annual Invitational Lecture, Cornell Society for the Humanities, 1998. Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1997 - present. "Cornell's Favorite Professor," Student Poll, Cornell Daily Sun, April 1996. Fellow, Royal Historical Society (1989-present). President, American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies. (1988-1989). National Society, Daughters of Colonial Wars, award for Best article in The William National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute for High School Teachers National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar for College Professors of History National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar on "Justice and Equality," for School Administrators; Cornell University, July 1981. "James L. Clifford Prize" of the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies for "Children's Literature and Bourgeois Ideology: Thoughts on Culture and the Industrial Revolution in Late Eighteenth Century England," 1981. Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Palo Alto, 1979-1980. Clark Distinguished Teaching Award, Cornell University, 1978. Senior Fellow, Society for the Humanities, Cornell University, 1974-1975. Triennial Prize of the Conference of British Studies for Bolingbroke and His Circle, John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 1971 (for study of the origins of Radical Thought in England). Morse Fellowship, Yale University, 1971.


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Kramnick / page 3 American Philosophical Society Summer Fellowship, 1970. Social Science Research Council Fellowship in Political Philosophy, 1963-1964. Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, 1959-1960. Fred Knox Memorial Prize Fellowship (for study at Cambridge University), 1959. Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard "Senior Sixteen," 1968. Government Department Award (Harvard), Best Senior Honor's Thesis, 1959. Winthrop House (Harvard), Senior Prize, 1959. Harvard Detur Prize, 1967. Harvard College National Scholar, 1956-1959. Publications: Books: American Political Thought: A Norton Anthology (edited with Theodore Lowi) Norton, 2009. Democracy in America by Tocqueville: A Norton Critical Edition (edited with Introduction) Norton, 2007. The Hundred Most Notable Cornellians (with Glenn Altschuler and R. Laurence Moore) Cornell Univ Press, 2005. Tocqueville's Democracy in America (edited with introductory essay), (Penguin Classics, 2003). The Portable Burke (edited with introductory essay), (Viking Penguin, 1999). The Godless Constitution: The Case Against Religious Correctness (W.W. Norton, 1996, second edition with updates 2005). (with R. Laurence Moore) The Portable Enlightenment Reader (edited with introductory essay) (Viking Penguin, 1995). Harold Laski: A Life on the Left (Viking-Penguin, 1993). Republicanism and Bourgeois Radicalism: Political Ideology in Late Eighteenth Century England and America (Cornell University Press, 1990). Tom Paine Reader (edited with Michael Foot, with introductory essay) Penguin Books, 1987. The Federalist Papers (edited, with introductory essay), Penguin Books, l987. (Translated into Bulagarian). Is Britain Dying: Perspectives on the Current Crisis (edited with introductory essay, Cornell University Press, 1979). Thomas Day's Little Jack (edited with introductory essay, Garland Classics in Children's Literature, New York, 1978). Thomas Day's Sandford and Merton (edited, with an introductory essay, Garland Classics in Children's Literature, New York, 1978). The Age of Ideology: Political Thought Since 1750 (with Fredrich Watkins, PrenticeHall, 1978) (translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese). The Rage of Edmund Burke: Portrait of an Ambivalent Conservative (Basic Books, 1977).

Kramnick / page 4 Tom Paine's 'Common Sense' (edited, with introductory essay, Pelican Classics in Social Thought, Penguin Books, 1976). William Godwin's Political Justice (edited, with introductory essay, Pelican Classics in Social Thought, Penguin Books, 1976). Edmund Burke (edited, with introductory essay, Great Lives Observed Series, Prentice-Hall, 1971). American Government 73/74 (academic editor) (Dushkin Publishing Co., 1973). The Historical Writings of Lord Bolingbroke (edited, with introductory essay, Classics of British Historical Literature Series, University of Chicago Press, 1972). The Political Writings of Lord Bolingbroke (edited, with introductory essay, Crofts Classics, A.C. Croft, 1970). Essays in the History of Political Thought (edited, Prentice-Hall, 1969). Bolingbroke and His Circle: The Politics of Nostalgia in the Age of Walpole (Harvard University Press, 1968). (A portion reprinted in The Chelsea House Library of Literary Criticism, IV, ed. Harold Bloom). Reprinted 1992, (Cornell University Press). Articles: "Locke and the American Revolution" in History Now (Jan. 2010) "Writing Politics," in Writing and Revising the Disciplines, ed., J. Monroe, (Cornell University Press, 2005.) "Politics and Poetry," (with R. Laurence Moore), Dissent, (Spring, 2001). "In Loco Parentis," (with Glenn Altschuler), in The Chronicle of Higher Education, (Spring, 2000). "Political and Social Thought of the Enlightenment," in Encarta, Microsoft Reference Encyclopedia, (2000). "British Political and Social Thought" in Encarta, Microsoft Reference Encyclopedia, (2000). "My Lieberman Problem," Boston Globe, (Sept. 2000). "Religion and Schools: Teach Values Not Religion," (with R. Laurence Moore), The World and I, (December, 1999). "The Baptists, The Bureau, and The Case of the Missing Lives," (with R. Laurence Moore), in The William and Mary Quarterly, (October, 1999). "Burke's `Age of Chivalry is Gone,' Alas" in The New Republic, April 1999. "Endowing the Rich and Famous," (with Glenn Altschuler) in The Chronicle of Higher Education, August 1998. "Religion and A Moral Republic," in Individualisierung, Rationalisierung, Säkularisierung (Vienna, 1997) "Can the Churches Save the Cities?" (with R. Laurence Moore) in American Prospect (Nov-Dec, 1997). "Civilization and Its Malcontents: Two Cheers for Jean-Jacques Rousseau," in The New Republic, 17 March 1997.

Kramnick / page 6 "The People's Team: Super Bowl Politics," Washington Post, 19 January 1997. The Godless University," (with R. Laurence Moore), in Academe, NovemberDecember 1996. "Is God a Republican?" (with R. Laurence Moore), in American Prospect, SeptemberOctober 1996. "Our Godless Constitution," (with R. Laurence Moore), in Liberty, May-June 1996. "Is the U.S. Constitution Godless?" (with R. Laurence Moore), in The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 1996. "In Godless We Trust," (with R. Laurence Moore), in Washington Post Outlook Magazine, (14 January, 1996) "Liberalism, Marxism, and the Enlightenment: The Case of Harold Laski," in Liberalism Without Illusions (University of Chicago, 1996). "Corruption in Eighteenth-Century English and American Political Discourse," in Virtue, Corruption and Self-Interest (Lehigh University, 1994). "Clinton and Jefferson," New York Times (August, 1994). "Republicanism Revisited: The Case of James Burgh," in Virtue, Corruption and SelfInterest and Proceedings on the American Antiquarian Society (1993). "Our Harold," in The New Republic (June 1993). "Laski and the Left," in LSE Magazine (Autumn 1993). "Tom Paine," Encyclopedia of American Intellectual History (Blackwells, 1993). "Of Chains and Races: The Ideology of British Radicalism," in Ancien Regime, Enlightenment and Revolution (Munich, 1993). "The Discourse of Politics in 1787: The Constitution and Its Critics on Individualism,Community and the State," in To Form A More Perfect Union (University of Virginia, 1992). "Burke," Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1991). "Ideological Background," Encyclopedia of the American Revolution (Blackwells, 1990). "Bourgeois Radicalism in Eighteenth Century Britain," in The Political, Economic, and Social Modernization of Britain (Nanjing, 1987). "The Professor and the Police: Harold Laski and the Boston Police Strike," Harvard Magazine September, 1989. "Rousseau and Women: An Alternative Reading," Feschrifte for Mario Einaudi (Cornell University Press, 1989). "'The Great National Discussion': The Discourse of Politics in 1787," The William and Mary Quarterly, (January 1988). (Reprinted in three collections of articles on American history). "Pocock on Virtue, Commerce and History," Journal of Modern History (1986). "Bolingbroke," Encyclopedia of Political Thought, (Blackwell, 1987). "Eighteenth Century Science and Radical Social Theory: The Case of Joseph Priestley's Scientific Liberalism," Journal of British Studies, January 1986. Reprinted in Joseph Priestley, Motion Towards Perfection, Skinner House

Kramnick / page 7 Books, Boston, 1990) and Ullman-Margalit, The Scientific Enterprise (Klwuwer, 1993). "An Apolitical Amadeus," Dissent, Summer 1985. "Cornell: 2033 A.D.," Lectures From Today for Tomorrow: Cornell Time Capsule (1983). "Politics 1983 -- Tompkins County Style," Grapevine, 3 November 1983. "Institutional Neutrality is No Excuse," The Point (May 1983). "Britain - Summer of '82," The Cornell Collection: Critical Readings Across the Curriculum, (1983). "Labor and Leisure in Eighteenth Century England," in Eighteenth Century Life, May 1983. "The Left and Edmund Burke," Political Theory (May 1983). "Republican Revisionism Revisited," American Historical Review, June 1982. "Equal Opportunity and the Race of Life: Reflections on Liberal Ideology," Dissent, Spring 1981. Reprinted in Modern Ideologies, ed. N. Love. "Tom Paine: Radical Democrat," Democracy (January 1981), Vol. 1, No. 1. "English Middle Class Radicalism in the Eighteenth Century," Literature of Liberty (Summer 1980), Vol. III, No. 2. "Tommy Paine and the Idea of America," Bicentennial Proceedings of the Society for Eighteenth Century Studies (AHM, 1980). "Children's Literature and Bourgeois Ideology: Thoughts on Culture and the Industrial Revolution in Late Eighteenth Century England," in English Politics and Culture from Puritanism to Enlightenment, P. Zagorin, ed. (California, 1980). Reprinted in Studies in Eighteenth Century Culture, Vol. 12 (University of Wisconsin, 1983). "Religion and Radicalism: English Political Thought in the Age of Revolution," Political Theory, 1978. Rebuttal to "On Anarchism in an Unreal World: Kramnick's View of Godwin and the Anarchists," in American Political Science Review (March 1975), Vol. LXIX, No. 1. "Sophisters, Economists and Calculators: Bourgeois Radicalism in the Age of Burke," Proceedings of the Conference for the Study of Political Thought (Chicago, 1976). "Reflections on Revolution: Definition and Explanation in Recent Scholarship," History and Theory, February 1972. "On Anarchism and the Real World: William Godwin and Radical England," The American Political Science Review, March 1972. "Agnew Si, Reich No," in The Consciousness III Controversy: The Critics Look at Greening of America, edited by P. Nobile (Pocket Books, 1971), pp. 55-60. "Skepticism in English Political Thought: From Temple to Burke," Studies in Burke and His Time (1971), Vol. 39, pp. 1627-1660. "Notes on the History of the Idea of Representation," in Nomos X: Representation,

Kramnick / page 8 edited by Chapman and Pennock (1968), pp. 83-95. "An Augustan Reply to Locke: Bolingbroke on Natural Law and the Origin of Government," Political Science Quarterly (1967), Vol. 82, pp. 571-595. "Augustan Politics and English Historiography: The Debate on the English Past, 1730-1935," History and Theory (1967, Vol. 6, pp. 32-56. Review Articles: "God and the Founders" by Vincent Munoz, in Perspectives on Politics (March 2010) "Original Meanings" by Jack Rakove, in Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 1996. "Up From Conservatism" by Michael Lind, in The New York Observer (August 19, 1996). "A Tale of Two Utopias" by Paul Berman, in The New York Observer (July 8, 1996). "Essay on Liberalism" by D.F.B. Tucker, in International Journal of Philosophy (1995). "Republicanism and The American Founding" by Michael Zuckert, in Political Studies (1995). "To Make A Nation: The Rediscovery of American Federalism" by Sam Beer, in William and Mary Quarterly (1994). "Edmond Burke: Prescription and Providence" by F. Canavan, in The Eighteenth Century (1994). "Virtue Transformed: Political Argument in England, 1688-1740" by Shelley Burtt, in Political Theory (1993). "A Government of Laws: Political Theory, Religion and the American Founding" by Ellis Sandoz, in Ethics (1991). "The Unvarnished Doctrine: Locke, Liberalism, and the American Revolution" by Stephen Dworetz, in Society (1991). "Feminism, Marriage, and the Law in Victorian England, 1850-1895" by Mary Lyndon Shanley, in Political Theory (1991). "Edmund Burke: His Life and Opinions" by Stanley Ayling, in The Washington Post (1989). "Fantasy and Realism: Children's Literature in the Eighteenth Century" by G. Summerfield, in Eighteenth Century Studies (1987). "Selected Letters of Edmund Burke," ed. by. Mansfield, and "Burke, Paine, Godwin and the Revolution Controversy," ed. by Butler, Ethics, (1987). "Benjamin Constant and the Making of Modern Liberalism" by Stephen Holmes, in American Political Science Review, (1987). "Stress and Stability in Late Eighteenth Century Britain" by Ian Christie, in Eighteenth Century Studies, (1986). "Wealth and Virtue: The Shaping of the Political Economy in the Scottish Enlightenment" by Hont and Ignatieff, in Journal of Modern History, (1986). "William Godwin" by Peter H. Marshall, in Albion, (1985). "English Literature and History 1730-1780" by John Barrel, in The Eighteenth

Kramnick / page 9 Century (1985). "Beyond Liberty and Property" by J.A.W. Gunn, The Journal of Modern History (1985). "Prodigals and Pilgrims in the American Revolution Against Patriarchal Authority 1750-1800" by Jay Friegelman, Eighteenth Century Studies (1984). "Literature For Children in England and America from 1646-1774" by Ruth K. MacDonald, The Scriblerian, (1984). "Probability and Certainty in Seventeenth Century England" by Barbara J. Shapiro, Journal of Interdisciplinary History (1984). "John Locke and Children's Books in Eighteenth Century England" by Samuel F. Pickering, Jr., Studies in Romanticism, (1982). "Edmund Burke and the Critique of Political Radicalism" by Michael Freeman, in Studies in Romanticism (1982). "Three British Revolutions: 1641, 1688, 1776," edited by J.G.A. Pocock, The Journal of Modern History (1981). "Against the Current: Essays in the History of Ideas" by Isaiah Berlin, American Political Science Review (1980). "The Social Thought of Bernard Mandeville" by T.A. Horne, American Political Science Review, June 1979. "Stability and Strife: England, 1714-1760" by W.A. Speck, William and Mary Quarterly (1978). "Theories of Revolution," The Journal of Politics (1978), Vol. 40. "Tom Paine and Revolutionary America" by Eric Foner, in Studies in Romanticism, Winter 1976. "Bolingbroke and Harley" by Sheila Biddle, in American Historical Review, December 1976. "The Liberal Politics of John Locke" by Martin Seliger, and "John Locke: Problems and Perspectives. A Collection of New Essays," in American Historical Review (June 1971), Vol. 73, No. 3. "Counterrevolution: How Revolutions Die" by James H. Meisel, and "The Problem of Restoration" by Robert A. Kann, in The American Political Science Review (March 1969), Vol. LXIII. "Edmund Burke: The Practical Imagination" by Gerald W. Chapman, in Journal of Modern History (December 1968), Vol. XL. "Man of Mercury: An Appreciation of the Mind of Henry St. John, Viscount Bolingbroke" by Sidney Jackman, in The Burke Newsletter (Spring 1967), Vol. VIII, No. 3. Papers and Guest Lectures: `THE RACE OF LIFE: REPUBLICAN REVISIONISM REVISITED-AGAIN" ,

Kramnick / page 10 KING'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY (MARCH 2011) "GOD AND AMERICAN POLITICS" CLARE COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, (MARCH 2011) "God and the Pledge of Allegiance," 5-7 locations, (2002-2009). "Public and Private in the Political Thought of the Founders," University of Turin, Genoa, Florence, (May, 2001). "Chains and Races: Liberalism and Its Metaphors," University of Calgary, (March 2001). "Lieberman, Religion and the Constitution," Cortland State University, (October, 2000). "Can Believers Be Good Citizens?" Colonial Williamsburg, (November, 1999). "Religion and the Constitution," Syracuse University, July 1997. "Victorian England," C.A.U. Lecture Course, June 1997. "Republicanism in America and Germany 1750-1850," University of Wisconsin, Madison, October 1996. "God, the Constitution, and the Religious Right," University of Wisconsin, Madison; University of Wisconsin, Green Bay; Rochester N.Y. Conference on Church and State; October 1996. "Religion and A Moral Republic: The American Experience and its English Roots," University of Vienna, 1995. "Taking Charge: Leadership in America," Cornell Adult University Lecture Course, Summer 1995. "The Future of Ideology," University of St. Petersburgh, 1995. "American Political Ideology," St. Petersburgh University of Economics and Social Science, 1995. "The Radical Religious Right in Historical Perspective," Family Planning Advocates of New York, Annual Meeting, 1994. "Religion and The U.S. Constitution," Plenary Lecture, Midwest Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, October, 1993. "Harold Laski: A Life on the Left," A.N. Wilson Annual Lecture, Dartmouth College, August 1993 (L.S.E. The New School, Harvard). "Nationalism," Cornell Adult University, Lecture Course, Seminar 1993. "Laski and India," The High Commission of India, May 1993. "The Bill of Rights," Colonial Williamsburg, November, 1992. "Curriculum Reform in Today's University," Virginia Commonwealth University, November, 1992. "Religion and American Public Life," Cornell Adult University Lecture Course, Summer, 1991. "Religion and Constitutional Politics," University of Michigan, 1991. "James Burgh and Republicanism," Columbia University, 1991. "Academic Star Wars," Annual Conference, Case, Middle Atlantic Region, Baltimore, 1991. "Religion and Founding a Moral Republic," American Historical Association, New York, 1990.

Kramnick / page 11 "Making it: Success and The American Dream," Cornell Adult University Lecture Course, Summer, 1990. "James Burgh and Opposition Ideology," Clark University Symposium on Republicanism (Nov. 1989), Yale Univ., (1989), University of Pennsylvania, 1989. "Upstairs, Downstairs: An Insider's Guide to Modern Britain," Cornell Adult University Lecture Course, Summer, 1989. "Tom Paine: Revolutionary," U.C.L.A. Lecture Series on the French Revolution, June, 1989; Presidential Address, American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, New Orleans, April, 1989. "Science, Education and Politics", Dedication Lecturer, Schwartz Auditorium, Cornell University, March, 1989. "Corruption in the Political Discourse of Eighteenth Century Britain," Lehigh University, Annual Symposium on Eighteenth Century Studies, March 1989. "Religion, the Revolution and Tradition", William and Mary College, Tercentenary Celebration of Ascension of William and Mary, February 1989. "Of Chains and Races: English Eighteenth Century Radicalism as Social Theory," Conference on 1688, Regensburg, Germany, December, 1988. "Isms in American Political History," Cornell Adult University Lecture Course, Summer 1988. "Progress and Revolution in the Eighteenth Century," Keynote Lecture to Eighteenth Century Studies Conference, University of New Brunswick, 1988. "Religion, Virtue, and the Federalist Papers," Keynote Lecture to SUNY Geneseo conference on the Federalist Papers, 1988. "European Roots of American Constitutional Thought," Columbia University, Eighteenth Century Seminar, 1987. "Rousseau and Women: An Alternative Reading," Conference to Honor Mario Einaudi, Cornell University, 1987. "Republicanism: A Revisionist Critique of Today's Orthodoxy," University of Rochester, 1987. "The Intellectual Origins of the American Constitution," Keynote Lecture to International Conference on the American Constitution sponsored by the American Council of Learned Societies, Racine, Wisconsin, 1987. "1987--Dramatic Readings," Cornell University, Celebration of the Bicentennial of the American Constitution. "The Constitution Through Two Centuries," Cornell Adult University lecture course, Summer 1987. "The Bill of Rights and the American Constitution," Telephone lecture to South African Universities, arranged by United States Information Agency, 1987. "The United States Constitution and its Critics," Lectures at Universities of Tokyo, Saporo, Kyoto, Fudan University Shanghai, Shanghai Academy of Social Science, and Sezhuan University, Cheng Du, 1987. "Bourgeois Radicalism in Eighteenth Century Britain," at First International Conference on British History, Nanjing China, 1987.

Kramnick / page 12 "The Constitution and its Critics on Individualism, Community, and the State," United States Congress and The Capital Hill Historical Society Conference--To Form a More Perfect Union, 1987. Broadcast also as a talk on C-Span Television Network. "James Burgh and Opposition Ideology in Eighteenth Century Britain and America," Syracuse University, 1987. "The Federalist Papers," SUNY at Geneseo, 1987. "The Political Theory of the Constitution," Symposium talk at Harvard University 350th Anniversary, 1986. "The New Tory History," B.B.C. Third Program radio talk, 1986. "American Exceptionalism: Why There is No Socialism in America," Humboldt University, East Berlin, l986. "From the New Left to the New Right: American Politics in the Last 25 Years," University of Antwerp, l985, University of Bergen, l986, University of Sarajevo, l986, University of Titograd, l986, University of Thessaloniki, l986, University of Athens, l986, Schiller University, Jena, l986, Huddersfield Polytechnic, l986. "The Constitution and Its Critics: A Bicentennial Perspective," Edinburgh University, l986, Cambridge University, l986, London School of Economics, l986, University of Oslo, l986, University of Bergen, l986, University of Split, l986, Belgrade University, l986, Lubjana University, l986, Macedonian Academy of Arts and Sciences, Skopje, l986, University of Athens, Karl Marx University, Leipzig, l986. "James Burgh and Opposition Ideology in Eighteenth Century England," Exeter University, l985, Edinburgh University, l986, Sussex University, l986, Cambridge University, l986, University College London, l986. "English Dissent and Radical Politics in the Eighteenth Century," Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem, l985, Haifa University, l985. "Joseph Priestly: Scientist and Politician," The Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem, l985. "Landscape and Social Change in Eighteenth Century England," Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, 1985. "Critics of Empire in Eighteenth Century England," Conference on Images of Empire, Society for the Humanities, Cornell, l985. "Priestley's Scientific Liberalism," History and Philosophy of Science and Technology Colloquium, Cornell, 1985. "Science and Radical Social Theory: The Case of Joseph Priestley," Up-State New York Conference of Political Thought, Hobart and Smith, 1985. "The Nineteen Sixties," Cornell Adult University lecture course, Summer 1985. "Who are the Liberals and Who the Conservatives in American Politics," Cornell Clubs, Florida, 1984. "Language and Nationalist Politics in Eighteenth Century England," Cornell University, 1984. "Religion and the Rise of the Liberal State," Summer Lecture Series, Cornell, 1984. "Religion and the Rise of the Liberal State," Florida International University, 1984.

Kramnick / page 13 "Priestley and Eighteenth Century Radicalism," Annual Meeting of the Mid-Western Johnson Society, University of Illinois, 1983. "Priestley and the Origins of Unitarianism," Unitarian Church, Ithaca, 1983. "Joseph Priestley: Politics and Science," Keynote lecture, Annual Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Washington, 1983. "Joseph Priestley a 250th Anniversary Appreciation," Chemistry Department Colloquium, Cornell, 1983. "Religion and the Rise of the Liberal State," Cornell Lecture Series on Religion and Politics, 1983. "Landscape and Social Change," Yale Center For British Art, New Haven, 1983. "Republican Revisionism Revisited," Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, Washington, 1982. "The Traditionalist Response to Modernity," Hobart and Smith College, 1982. "Jews and American Politics," Cornell University, 1982. "Joseph Priestley and the Politics of Bourgeois Radicalism," Columbia University Faculty Seminar in Political Theory, 1982. "The Race of Life: Liberal Ideology in Historical Perspective," Sarah Lawrence College, 1982. "Republican Revisionism Revisited," Up-State New York Conference of Political Thought, Colgate, 1981. "Is Britain Dying," Cornell Club, New York City, Buffalo, 1981. "Locke is Alive and Well in the Eighteenth Century," University of Toronto, 1981. "Locke and Anglo-American Social Thought in the Eighteenth Century," UC San Diego, La Jolla, 1980. "Locke, Liberalism, and America," Stanford University, 1980. "Locke and Political Thought in Eighteenth century England," Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, San Francisco, 1979. "Political Ideology and Children's Literature," UC Davis, 1979. "Children's Literature in Eighteenth Century England," Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, Atlanta, 1978. "Political Ideology and Children's Literature," Queen's University, Kingston, 1978. "Liberal Theory and Equal Opportunity," Duke University, 1978. "Burke--Politics and Personality," Kanzer Lecture Series in Psychiatry and the Humanities, Yale University, 1977. "The American Revolution: Was it a Revolution?" Television lecture series of University of Pennsylvania TV Office and Group W TV Stations, 1977. "Burke the Ambivalent Conservative," Columbia University, Faculty Seminar in Political Theory, 1977. "Tommy Paine and America," University of Pennsylvania Conference on the Bicentennial, 1976. "Tommy Paine," Brooklyn Polytechnic University, 1976. "Of Sophisters, Calculators, and Economists," Conference on the Political Thought of 1776, Loyola University, Chicago, 1976.

Kramnick / page 14 "Goody-Two Shoes," Clark Memorial Library Lecturer, Los Angeles, CA, 1975. "Edmund Burke and the Conservative Personality," McGill University, 1975. "Goody-Two Shoes," Society for the Humanities Fellows Lecture, Cornell University, 1974. "Children's Literature in Eighteenth Century England," SUNY Binghamton, 1973. "Theories of Revolution," Annual Meeting of American Historical Association, Washington, 1972. "Student Radicalism," Naval War College, Newport, RI, 1972. "Political Theory and Political Science," University of Pennsylvania, 1972. "Conservatism in American Political Thought," U.S. Military Academy, West Point, 1972, 1973. "Godwin's Anarchism," Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, 1971. "Godwin and the Politics of Anarchism," University of Edinburgh, 1971. "Bolingbroke and Augustan England," Exeter University, 1971. "Student Radicalism in America," Oxford University, 1971. "Bolingbroke and Natural Law," Yale University, 1968. "Bolingbroke and Walpole on the British Past," Princeton University, 1966. "Bolingbroke's Politics," Brandeis University, 1966. Manuscript and Article Referee: American Political Science Review Western Political Quarterly Journal of Politics Eighteenth Century Studies The Eighteenth Century American Historical Review Journal of Modern History William and Mary Quarterly Journal of the History of Ideas Signs Political Theory International Organization The Journal of Religion Johns Hopkins University Press University of Florida Press The Journal of Religion Polity Cornell University Press Harvard University Press Yale University Press Princeton University Press University of Chicago Press University of California Press University of N. Carolina Press University of Kansas Press University of Wisconsin Press Prentice-Hall St. Martin's Press Penguin Books University of Pennsylvania Press State University of NY Press University of Toronto Press Brown University Press Southern Illinois Univ. Press


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