Jennifer Mogg is a lecturer in the department of History, Philosophy, and the Social Sciences. Specializing in the area of political theory, Dr. Mogg earned her Ph.D. in political science from the University of Houston. Her teaching interests focus primarily on political theory, politics and literature, American government and public policy. She was awarded the Presidential Award for Distinguished Adjunct Teaching at Bridgewater State University in 2012. There, she has developed courses that explore themes in political theory by engaging the Harry Potter books, The Hunger Games series and the Marvel cinematic universe.
Dr. Mogg’s research focuses on the nature of sovereignty in the US political system and she has published on Aristotelian friendship in Harry Potter, John Adams and bicameralism.
Spring 2018 Courses
- HPSS-S147-01 Introduction To Political Philosophy
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