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Course Afffiliation

History J495: Senior Seminar: American Presidency, 1789-1865 (Fall 2012)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Jeffrey Malanson

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Jeffrey Malanson

Brief Biography

Joseph Wuest will be graduating with highest distinction in May with degrees from the Department of Political Science and the Department of History. During this past year, he was awarded the Sharon Alt Piepenbrink Award for his paper on “The Limits of the Enlightenment: Juan Bautista Alberdi’s Historicism and the Argentinean Constitution of 1853” as well as the European Union Center College Research Paper second place prize for his research on Romania’s accession to the European Union. Joseph will begin a Ph.D. program in political science at the University of Pennsylvania this fall where he will be studying the role of the courts and church-state relations in the context of American political development.

Start Date

20-4-2013 9:00 AM

End Date

20-4-2013 10:00 AM

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Slavery, the Supreme Court, and the Second Party System

Joseph Wuest will be graduating with highest distinction in May with degrees from the Department of Political Science and the Department of History. During this past year, he was awarded the Sharon Alt Piepenbrink Award for his paper on “The Limits of the Enlightenment: Juan Bautista Alberdi’s Historicism and the Argentinean Constitution of 1853” as well as the European Union Center College Research Paper second place prize for his research on Romania’s accession to the European Union. Joseph will begin a Ph.D. program in political science at the University of Pennsylvania this fall where he will be studying the role of the courts and church-state relations in the context of American political development.