Associate Professor, Politics and Government
BA, University of Chicago, 1993
MA, Georgetown University, 1995
PhD, Duke University, 2005
Seth Weinberger is Associate Professor of Politics and Government at the University of Puget Sound. He received his B.A. (1993) in political philosophy from the University of Chicago, an M.A. (1995) in National Security Studies from Georgetown University, and an M.A. (2000) and Ph.D. (2005) in political science from Duke University. He teaches courses on international relations, U.S. foreign policy, international security, terrorism, constitutional law, and political philosophy. His book, Restoring the Balance: War Powers in an Age of Terror was published by Praeger Press in 2009. His recently published articles include “Institutional Signaling and the Origins of the Cold War” in Security Studies (Summer 2003), “Presidential War Powers in a Never-Ending ‘War’” in the ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law (13, no. 1), “Restoring the Balance: The Hamdan Decision and Executive War Powers,” in the University of Tulsa Law Review (42, no. 3), and “Institutional Signals: The Political Dimension of International Competition Law Harmonization” (with Geoffrey A. Manne) in The Anti-Trust Bulletin (57, no. 3). His current research focuses on congressional-executive war powers in the on-going armed conflict against al Qaeda. In 2011, Professor Weinberger received the Thomas A. Davis Teaching Excellence Award.