Dr. Cecil  L.  Eubanks 

Alumni Professor

PhD: University of Michigan
Phone: 225-578-1944
Fax: 225-578-2540
E-mail: poeubk@lsu.edu
Office: 237 Stubbs Hall
 

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Curriculum Vitae

Area of Interest

Dr. Eubanks' teaching and research interests include contemporary political thought, American political thought, politics and literature and political theology.

Awards & Honors

Tiger Athletic Foundation Teaching Award, University College 2007
Tiger Athletic Foundation Teaching Award, Honors College, 2005
A&S Robert Udick Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award, 2005
A&S Student Council Nicholson Teaching Award, 2005
Favorite Professor Award, Gumbo
Amoco Foundation Undergraduate Teaching Award
Phi Kappa Phi Master Teacher Award and Forum Lecturer
Distinguished Alumni Professor, 1992-Present

Selected Publications

"Subject and Substance: Hegel on Modernity," Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law. Fall 2005.

Eric Voegelin’s Dialogue with the Postmoderns: Searching for Foundations, University of Missouri Press, Fall 2004. Co-editor and contributor with Peter A. Petrakis.

"Private and Public Virtue in Euripides' Hecuba," with David Corey. 2003.Interpretation:A Journal of Political Philosophy.

"Reconstructing the World: Albert Camus and the Symbolization of Experience," with Peter Petrakis. 1999. Journal of Politics.

"New York: Federalism and the Political Economy of Union," in Ratifying the Constitution, edited by Michael Allen Gillespie and Michael Lienesch, University of Kansas Press, 1989.

Teaching

1001-Fundamental Issues of Politics
2060-Introduction to Political Theory
4096-Contemporary Political Theory
7990-Political Theory-Interpretation and Analysis
7991-Seminar in Greek Tragedy
7991-Seminar in Political Theology
7995-Seminar in Contemporary Political Theory