Jared Stewart

Lecturer
Political Science
Scharbauer Hall 2012B

jared.a.stewart@tcu.edu | 817-257-4218

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Education

Ph.D., Political Science, University of Washington (expected 2018)
MA, Political Science, University of Washington (2016)
BA, Political Science/Presidential Studies, University of Central Arkansas (2007)

Courses Taught

POSC 10133 American & Texas Government
POSC 20123 Introduction to American Politics
POSC 31003 Religion and American Politics

Areas of Focus

Religion and Politics, Science Politics, American Presidency, Media Framing, Political Rhetoric, Text as Data, Pedagogy

Jared Alan Stewart is a Ph.D. candidate in the department of Political Science at the University of Washington-Seattle.  Jared’s research interests are in American Politics, specifically religion and politics, political communication, environmental politics, and the American presidency.  When he’s not teaching in the classroom or feverishly writing, he enjoys camping with his wife and basset hounds, watching football, and playing guitar.  

 

“In Through the Out Door:  Examining the Use of “Outsider” Appeals in Presidential Debates”, Presidential Studies Quarterly, Forthcoming

2017 University of Washington Excellence in Teaching Award
Department of Political Science Best TA Award for 2014-2015, University of Washington
Allan Saxe Best Paper on State and Local Politics (coauthor), Southwestern Political Science Association, 2007 (with Andrew Dowdle and Gary Wekkin)

 

American Political Science Association
Western Political Science Association

Lead TA, Department of Political Science, University of Washington