Sunday, May 17, 2015

EGSC Dean Cheek Publishes Article on Major 20th Century Southern Thinker

EGSC Dean Cheek Publishes Article on Major 20th Century Southern Thinker
         
Dr. Lee Cheek, Dean of the School of Social Sciences at East Georgia State College, recently published (with Sean Busick) on the scholarly legacy of Mel Bradford, a significant figure in recent scholarly studies of the American South, in the current issue of Modern Age, a leading academic journal.

His books include Political Philosophy and Cultural Renewal (Transaction/Rutgers, 2001, with Kathy B. Cheek); Calhoun and Popular Rule, published by the University of Missouri Press (2001; paper edition, 2004); Calhoun: Selected Speeches and Writings (Regnery, 2003); Order and Legitimacy (Transaction/Rutgers, 2004); an edition of Calhoun's A Disquisition on Government (St. Augustine's, 2007); a critical edition of W. H. Mallock's The Limits of Pure Democracy (Transaction/Rutgers, 2007); a monograph on Wesleyan theology (Wesley Studies Society, 2010); an edition of the classic study, A Theory of Public Opinion (Transaction/Rutgers, 2013); Patrick-Henry Onslow Debate: Liberty and Republicanism in American Political Thought (Lexington, 2013); and, The Founding of the American Republic (Bloomsbury, 2016).  Cheek is a Senior Fellow of the Alexander Hamilton Institute in New York, and he has been a Fellow of the Wilbur Foundation, the Earhart Foundation, the Center for Judicial Studies, and the Center for International Media Studies.

Source: http://www.ega.edu/articles/detail/egsc_dean_cheek_publishes_article_on_major_20th_century_southern_thinker