Bruce P. Frohnen
Professor Bruce Frohnen joined the College of Law in 2008 as visiting associate professor of law, and was named associate professor of law in 2010 and professor of law in 2012. Prior to joining the faculty, he served as a Visiting Scholar with the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, a Legislative Aide to United States Senator Spencer Abraham, and a Senior Fellow at Liberty Fund, Inc. His co-edited volume American Conservatism: An Encyclopedia was the subject of a front page article in the New York Times. His two most recent volumes, The American Nation: Primary Sources and Rethinking Rights (edited with Kenneth Grasso) were named Outstanding Academic Titles by Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. His articles have appeared in journals including the George Washington Law Review, Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, and the American Journal of Jurisprudence. His research interests focus on the nature, development, and prospects for constitutionalism and human rights given changing views regarding the nature of human community and the person. He holds a JD from the Emory University School of Law and a Ph.D. in Government from Cornell University.
PhD, Government, Cornell University
M.A., University of California
B.A., California State University