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Baylor: Corporations and the Constitution of Civil Liberty

February 25 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

On February 25, 2022, the Zavala Program for Constitutional Studies at Baylor University will be hosting JMC fellow Matthew Brogdon for a discussion of corporations and civil liberty.

Friday, February 25, 2022 • 2:30 PM CST
Bennett Auditorium • Baylor University

Free and open to the public

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Matthew Brogdon is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas-San Antonio. His areas of specialization are Public Law and Courts, American Constitutional and Political Development, American Political Thought, and Politics and Literature. At UTSA, Professor Brogdon will be teaching undergraduate courses on Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties, Federal Courts, Judicial Politics, Jurisprudence, American Political Thought, and African American Political Thought as well as graduate seminars related to public law, jurisprudence, and American political thought. Professor Brogdon earned his Ph.D. in Political Science from Baylor University where he held the R.W. Morrison Fellowship for the Study of the Constitution and was named Richard D. Huff Distinguished Graduate Student.

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The Zavala Program for Constitutional Studies was created in Fall 2021 to promote a greater understanding of constitutional theory and practice in both American and comparative politics. Housed within the Baylor Political Science Department, the Zavala Program is dedicated to augmenting the civic education of Baylor students and the general public by sponsoring lectures, colloquia, and readings groups to discuss the major issues and ideas affecting modern constitutional systems.

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