Kevin R Hardwick
Jackson Hall, Room 201
office phone: 540-568-6306
James Madison University
History Dept MSC 2001
Harrisonburg VA 22807
Associate professor of history
Ph.D., University of Maryland
Fields and specialties
Early American intellectual history; Atlantic world; Anglo-American
Anglo-American constitutional thought, Atlantic world
Political thought in the early Republic; ratification of the U.S.
“William Byrd II’s ‘History of Religion’”: A Provincial British
Gentleman’s Account from the Early Eighteenth-Century.” Work in
progress with Kevin Berland.
Slavery in the United States, 1689-1865, with Scott Hammond, and
Howard Lubert, eds; Hackett Press, scheduled for completion 2012.
Classics of American Political and
Constitutional Thought, with Scott Hammond, and Howard Lubert,
eds; Hackett Press, 2007.
“The Presidency of James Wilson,” with Michael
Taylor, White House Studies 9:4 (2009).
“Anglican Moderation and the Virginia
Founders: the Ethical and Political Thought of Edmund Randolph” in
Daniel Dreisbach, Mark Hall, and Jeffrey Morrison, Forgotten
Founders on Church and Government, (University of Notre Dame
Journal of Anglican and
Episcopal History, Editorial board, 2007 - ; Burr Prize
Committee, 2011, 2012.