Prof. J. Joseph Jordan teaches online courses in Politics and Economics at Holy Apostles College and Seminary. In addition to having worked in government for more than ten years, Prof. Jordan has over twelve years of teaching experience. A proud Catholic, husband, father, and educator, who has also served the Church as a lector and a co-president of his parish pastoral council, Prof. Jordan resides on Long Island, NY.
Ph.D. (Cand.), Politics, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
M.A., Theology, Holy Apostles College and Seminary, Cromwell, CT
M.A., Politics, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
M.A., Government and Politics, St. John’s University, New York, NY
B.A., (triple major) Philosophy; Government and Politics; History; (minor) Theology, St. John’s University, New York, NY
“Man as the Measure: Quantification and the Problem of Political Order.” Long Island Philosophical Society, Molloy College, NY, April 2015.
“Reconsidering the Importance of Simonides in Plato’s Republic.” Northeastern Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA, November 2013.
“Classical Republican Ideals and the ‘Imperial Presidency’ – A Numismatic Approach.” New York State Political Science Association, Wagner College, NY, April 2012.