Kenneth M. De Luca


Ken DeLucaSenior Lecturer in Government & Foreign Affairs
Morton Hall, 103
(434) 223-6233
kdeluca@hsc.edu

Education

A.B., University of Chicago, 1984; M.A., Fordham University, 1992; Ph.D., Fordham University, 2000.

Print full CV, pdf format

Committees

Academic Advisor to Freshman and Sophomores, 2002 - present.

Academic Advisor the GVFA major, 2003 - present.

Western Culture Program Assessment Analyst 2004 - 2011.

Faculty Representative of I.S.S. - the Hampden-Sydney chapter of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, 2006-2008
International Studies Committee member, 2004-2005.

Organizer of a 3 day symposium and a companion 1 credit course entitled "Democracies at War: Athens and America", at Hampden-Sydney College, October, 2003. Recruited presenters from Yale, Boston University, and the University of Toronto. Keynote Speaker: Secretary Lawrence Eagleburger.

Fellowships/Grants

Summer Fellowship from Hampden-Sydney College, 2011
Summer Fellowship from Hampden-Sydney College, 2010
Summer Fellowship from Hampden-Sydney College, 2009
Summer Fellowship from Hampden-Sydney College, 2008
Summer Fellowship from Hampden-Sydney College, 2007
Summer Fellowship from Hampden-Sydney College, 2006
Summer Fellowship from Hampden-Sydney College, 2005
Summer Fellowship from Hampden-Sydney College, 2004
Summer Fellowship from Hampden-Sydney College, 2003
Earhart Research Grant, 2001-2002
Olin Dissertation Fellowship, 1996-1997
Earhart Fellowship, 1995-1996
Earhart Fellowship, 1994-1995
Presidential Scholarship and Research Assistantship, Fordham
University, 1991-1993

Publications

"Aristophanes' Herodotean Inquiry: the Meaning of Athenian Imperialism in the Birds," in The Political Theory of
Aristophanes: Explorations in Poetic Wisdom, ed., B.P. Frost and J.M. Hire, Albany, New York: SUNY Press, Expected,2013.

Aristophanes' Male and Female Revolutions, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2005.

"The Argument of Casablanca and the Meaning of the Third Rick", in Political Philosophy Comes to Rick's, ed., James Pontuso, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2005.

Spielberg's Deus ex Machina: Saving Private Ryan, in Poroi (July, 2005).

Review of Thick Moralities, Thin Politics: Social Integration Across Communities of Belief, by Benjamin Gregg, in Perspectives on Political Science (Summer, 2003).