Peter Daniel Haworth

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My name is Peter Haworth, and I am an independent scholar living in Phoenix, Arizona. I received my Ph.D. in Government from Georgetown University in 2008, and I am currently working on various writing projects in American Political Thought. My interests include American Political Development, Traditionalist Thought, Constitutional Law, Southern Americana, Virtue Ethics, Natural Law, Political Theology, and many other topics within the history of political theory. With me in Phoenix is my darling wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Puckett Haworth of Columbus, Mississippi and our son, Peter Randolph Augustine Haworth. My hobbies include voracious reading, minimal gun collecting, and dreaming about our future farm that might be located somewhere in beautiful Mississippi.

Recent Essays

Ciceronian Society Conference Schedule, March 27 – 29, Mount Saint Mary’s University

The 2014 Ciceronian Society Conference at Mount Saint Mary's University (Emmitsburg, Maryland) is quickly approaching. Below is our schedule of speakers for March 27th...

Ciceronian Society Conference at Mount Saint Mary’s University, March 27th-29th

We are pleased to announce the coming Ciceronian Society Conference, March 27-29, 2014, at Mount Saint Mary's University, Emmitsburg, MD. Scholars such as James Matthew Wilson,...

Longing for Home Over Glory: An Artful Interpretation of the Epic Poems by Homer and Virgil

Dramatic paths to glory are viewed with skepticism in our modern democratic age. As Tocqueville suggests, “amongst democratic nations ambition is ardent and continual,...

Nomocracy In Politics

FPR readers can now enjoy another web magazine that complements the already excellent work of the Front Porch Republic. Nomocracy In Politics is a new website...

Abbeville Institute Summer School: “Understanding the South and the Southern Tradition.”

Many FPR readers may be interested in attending the Abbeville Institute's Eleventh Annual Summer School: "Understanding the South and the Southern Tradition." It will be...

Ciceronian Conference: Friday, March 1st and Saturday, March 2nd

FPR readers and enthusiasts are invited to attend the coming Ciceronian Society Conference at Mount Saint Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Maryland this coming Friday,...

Richard Weaver on War and Stephen Smith on Liberalism in ANAMNESIS.

FPR readers will be interested in two new essays in ANAMNESIS. The first, by Professor Jay Langdale, is a fascinating examination of Richard Weaver's...

American Enthusiasts At The Gates: A Review of D.G. Hart’s From Billy Graham to Sarah Palin

D. G. Hart, From Billy Graham to Sarah Palin: Evangelicals and the Betrayal of American Conservatism (Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company,...

“Derrida’s Hope and Despair for Globalization”

Many FPR readers will enjoy "Derrida’s Hope and Despair for Globalization" in ANAMNESIS. Derrida is commonly interpreted as an enthusiast of globalization, but here...

Abbeville Institute’s July 2012 Summer School: “The Greatness of Southern Literature.”

Many FPR readers will be interested in a fabulous summer school opportunity being offered by the Abbeville Institute this July (22-27) at Seabrook Island,...

New ANAMNESIS Symposium: “Views on Hawthorne, Simms, History, and Progress.”

Many FPR readers will enjoy the new symposium, "Views on Hawthorne, Simms, History, and Progress," in ANAMNESIS, A Journal for the Study of Tradition,...

Newman, MacIntyre, Aristotle, and Tradition in ANAMNESIS

Those interested in J.H. Newman, Aristotle, and traditional theory will enjoy the new ANAMNESIS essay, "J.H. Newman and the Aristotelian Structure of Traditions." In this...