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Susan Gallagher

Susan Gallagher
Susan E. GallagherAssociate Professor    

Research Interests

American Politics, Political Theory, Media Studies

Education

  • Ph D: Political Theory, (1996), Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research - New York, NY
    Supporting Area: American Politics
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: "From Mandeville to Smith: The Decline of Aristocracy in British Political Thought"
  • MA: Political Science, (1989), Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research - New York, NY
  • BA: History, (1983), Ramapo College of New Jersey - Ramapo, NJ
    Supporting Area: Art History

Publications

  • Gallagher, S.E. (2017) "Privacy & Conformity: Rethinking ‘the Right Most Valued by Civilized Men," 33 Touro L. Review
  • Gallagher, S.E. (2016) "Emancipation from the Invisible Hand: Thoreau’s Economy of Living," Cambridge University Press
  • Gallagher, S.E. (1998) "The rule of the rich? : Adam Smith's argument against political power / Susan E. Gallagher,"

Presentations

  • New Insights into Thoreau's Anti-Slavery Activities in Concord - Thoreau Society Annual Gathering, July 2013 - Concord, Massachusetts
  • Keeping Pace with his Companions: Using Digital Resources to Rethink Thoreaus Role in American Politics - Annual Conference of the American Literature Association, May 2013 - Boston Massachusetts
  • Mapping Climate Change in Thoreau Country:A Multimedia Approach to Environmental History - Thoreau Society Annual Gathering, July 2012 - Concord, Massachusetts
  • Mapping Thoreau's Travels on The Merrimack - Merrimack River Watershed Council, Annual Meeting, December 2011 - Lawrence, Massachusetts
  • Mapping Thoreau Country: Tracking Henry David Thoreau's Travels in Massachusetts - Thoreau Society Annual Gathering, July 2011
  • Mapping Thoreau Country:Tracking Henry David Thoreau's Travels across the United States - Mass Humanities Board of Trustees Annual Meeting, September 2010 - Thoreau Institute at Walden Woods, Lincoln, Massachusetts
  • Reading New England: Using Digital Technologies to Explore Landmark Texts - Northeast Regional Computing Program/Educause, March 2010 - UMass Amherst.
  • Susan E. Gallagher, Michael Frederick, Brianne Keith. Documenting Thoreau's Legacy: New Insights into "Resistance to Civil Government." - Thoreau Society Annual Gathering, July 2009 - Concord, Massachusetts
  • Susan E. Gallagher and Michael J. Frederick, Using Digital Technologies to Explore Thoreau's Legacy - Thoreau Society Annual Gathering, July 2008 - Concord, Massachusetts
  • Beyond Wikipedia: Selecting, Organizing, and Preserving Digital Materials for Research, Teaching and Scholarship - Instructional Technology Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, April 2007 - University of Massachusetts Information Technology Council, Sturbridge, Massachusetts
  • Law, Culture, and Mass Media:Strategic Intersections - Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, July 2006 - Baltimore, Maryland
  • Legal Consciousness and Communication Technology - Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, July 2006 - Baltimore, Maryland
  • "Free to Be Me: Historical Collisions between Privacy and Political Liberty in the United States," - Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, May 2005 - Chicago, Illinois.
  • The History of Privacy in American Law and Society: A Multimedia Approach - Seminar on Privacy, February 2005 - University of Pennsylvania School of Law
  • "Lights, Camera, Confession: Media Coverage of Victims of Sexually Abusive Clergy," - Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, May 2004 - Chicago, Illinois.
  • Confronting the Sex Abuse Crisis in the Catholic Church: Historical, Legal and Psychological Perspectives - Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, May 2004 - Chicago, Illinois.
  • Panelist/Reader, Partners, Not Rivals: Privatization and the Public Good, by Martha Minow, Author Meets Readers - Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, June 2003 - Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
  • Homophobia in Media Coverage of Sexually Abusive Clergy - Third Annual Gender Public Advocacy Coalition Conference (GenderPac), May 2003 - Washington, DC
  • The Personal/S Political: Now What? - Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, May 2002 - Vancouver B.C Canada
  • Invited Fellow, Liberty Fund Colloquium on Liberty and Justice in Adam Smith - Liberty Fund Colloquium on Liberty and Justice in Adam Smith, 2001 - Grand Rapids, Michigan.
  • Invited Fellow, Liberty Fund Colloquium on Liberty and the Law, Park City, Utah - Liberty Fund Colloquium on Liberty and the Law, July 2001 - Park City, Utah