Sally Howard is a Professor of Political Science and Chair of the Department of Social Sciences at Concord University, where she has taught since 2003. She earned her Doctorate in Political Science from the University of Houston, her Masters Degree in Political Science from Rice University, and her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Houston. She is a member of the board of Friends of West Virginia Public Broadcasting.
Ph.D., University of Houston (2001)
M.A., Rice University (1990)
B.S., University of Houston (1988)
Rousseau and the Paradox of Alienation. Lexington Books. January 2012.
“The Alaska Constitution: Promoting Statehood, Providing Stability,” book chapter in The Constitutionalism of the American States. University of Missouri Press, 2008.
“Rousseau’s Politic Argument in the Discourse on the Sciences and Arts.” The American Journal of Political Science 49 (Oct 2005): 818-828 (with John T. Scott).
“Domestic Structure, Decisional Constraints and War,”
The Journal of Conflict Resolution 35 (June 1991):
187-211 (with T. Clifton Morgan).