Dr. Edward Harpham

Dean, Honors College
University of Texas at Dallas
Participates in 1 Session
Dr. Harpham is the Dean of the Honors College and Associate Provost at The University of Texas at Dallas, overseeing its many activities. A Professor of Political Science, Dr. Harpham teaches courses in political theory, American government, Texas politics, and public policy. With Wendy Harpham M.D., he has developed a sequence of honors readings tutorials that explore the history, philosophy, and practice of medicine. Dr. Harpham is a previous winner of the Chancellor Council's Outstanding Teaching Award. He sits on the Board of the Archer Center in Washington D.C. and serves as the faculty advisor for the Archer Internship Program. He has published extensively on the role that economic ideas play in modern political thought and their impact upon public policy. His more recent work focuses on the role that emotions and passions play in modern political thought. He is the co-author with Anthony Champagne of the bestselling textbook Governing Texas. Dr. Harpham also works closely with the McDermott Scholars Program.

Sessions in which Dr. Edward Harpham participates

Friday 8 November, 2019

Time Zone: CDT/Central Time (US & Canada)
11:00 AM
11:00 AM