RANDAL HENDRICKSON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMS, THE JACK MILLER CENTER
Randal Hendrickson has written on themes ranging from republicanism to evolutionary psychology in such publications as The Journal of Politics, Perspectives on Political Science, The New Atlantis, and The Encyclopedia of Political Thought (Wiley, Oct. 2014). He most recently authored an essay on “Trade as International Communication” for the Handbook of the International Political Economy of Trade (Edward Elgar, Aug. 2014). Before joining JMC, Randal was a fellow in the Gerst Program for Economic and Humane Studies at Duke University, where he taught political theory for two years. Prior to that, he was a fellow at the Symposium of Science Reason & Modern Democracy at Michigan State University and a Government Fellow at Harvard University.