Glenn M. Harden

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  • Ph.D. Candidate
  • Lecturer (Asbury University)
  • Political Science
Asbury University, Morrison 101, Office hours for Fall 2019: TR 10:45am - 3:30pm
  • Other Affiliations:
Research Interests:
  • BA International Affairs, The George Washington University, 1992
  • MA History, George Mason University, 2001
  • MA Theological Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary, 2011
  • MA Political Science, University of Kentucky, 2019
Courses Taught:

At Asbury University

  • PS 101 American Government and Politics (Fall 2019)
  • PS 201 State and Local Politics (Spring 2020)
  • PS 302 International Relations (Fall 2019)
  • HIS 393 Women in US History (Spring 2020)

At the University of Kentucky

  • PS 101 American Government (Spring 2019)
  • PS 210 Introduction to Comparative Politics (Fall 2018)
  • PS 230 Introduction to International Relations (Spring 2018)
  • PS 240 Introduction to Political Theory (Fall 2017)
  • PS 372 Introduction to Political Analysis (Spring 2017)

At Baker College (Online)

  • HIS 201 American History to 1865
  • HIS 202 American History from 1865
  • HIS 301 Women's Studies
  • HIS 411 Emerging Nations
  • HUM401A Ethics

At Wilson Memorial High School

  • US Government (AP)
  • World History

My dissertation topic is the transnational diffusion of human trafficking policy. Through my research, I aim to assist practitioners in achieving better, scientifically-informed policy outcomes.

Earlier careers include seven years as a civilian procurement official for the US Navy and over ten years teaching high school. I lived in the Dominican Republic from 2003 to 2015 where, for part of that time, I founded and ran a non-profit organization to help victims and survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and their families. My wife and I were also active in dog rescue there.

I am also an artist and you can see some of my work here.

Selected Publications: 

Harden, Glenn M. 2016. The Sex Trade, Evil and Christian Theology. Wipf & Stock.

Harden, Glenn M. 2003. 'Men and Women of Their Own Kind': Historians and Antebellum Reform.

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