Dr. Storey serves as faculty for Politics and the Human Soul and teaches the POL 103 Introduction to Political Thought class. In addition to serving as a lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Affairs, she also serves as Managing Director of the Tocqueville Program at Furman. Her work has appeared in edited volumes as well as The Boston Globe, The New Atlantis, The Weekly Standard, and The Claremont Review of Books. Currently she is writing about the relation of politics and theology in the work of Carl Schmitt and Pierre Manent. 

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