Dr. Eugene F. Miller
University of Georgia
"Politics in the Age of Technology: Are the Classics Still Relevant Today?", 2001
Dr. Eugene F. Miller is Professor of Political Science at the University of Georgia. He received his B.A. and M.A. from Emory University before obtaining his Ph.D. from the Committee on Social Thought from the University of Chicago.
He is the author of numerous articles that have appeared in the American Political Science Review, Journal of Politics, The American Journal of Jurisprudence, Review of Politics, Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, The Political Science Reviewer, American Journalism, Quarterly Journal for Speech, Critical Studies in Mass Communication, The Southern Communication Journal, Semiotica, New Scholasticism, The Personalist, Modern Age, Teaching Political Science, Soundings, New Individualist Review. He is editor of David Hume: Essays, Moral, Political, and Literary and author of many chapters for books dealing with modern, contemporary, and American political philosophy.
From 1982-90 he co-directed (with William B. Allen) a series of nineteen seminars, colloquia, and symposia held at various sites in the United States on "The Philosophy of the Founding Fathers: An Inquiry into the United States Constitution." He is currently co-directing (with Timothy Fuller) a continuing series of programs on "Education in a Free Society.
Professor Miller has taught a wide variety of graduate and undergraduate courses in political philosophy and is the recipient of numerous awards for excellence in teaching. In addition to his many professional accomplishments, Professor Miller is uniquely qualified to inaugurate the Walters Lecture series. Not only did he teach with Jay Walters at Furman University (1963-67) and develop a lifelong friendship with Jay and Terry Walters, but he also provided the initial impetus for a Memorial Endowment Fund to honor Professor Walters' twenty-seven years of service to Furman University.