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Work experience

Aug 2008Present


University of Houston
Aug 2007May 2008

Assistant Professor

University of North Florida

Courses Taught:

Political Thought and Action

Congress and Legisltative Process

Democratic Theory

Introduction to American Politics

Aug 2005Jun 2007

Visiting Associate Professor

Miami University

Courses Taught:

Administrative Law

American Political System

Criminal Justice

Constitutional Law and Politics

Civil Rights and Liberties

Aug 2002May 2004

Teaching Assistant

University of Houston

Editorial Associate

Social Science Quarterly
Aug 2001May 2002


Hyde Park Baptist Schools

Courses Taught:

World History Pre-AP

World Geography


Aug 2000May 2001


Mountain Shadows Academy

Courses Taught:

World History

World Geography

U.S. History





University of Houston

Bachelor of Arts

University of Texas at Austin


Author of Federalism: A Normative Theory and its Practical Relevance, as well as other books

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Kyle Scott authored two books with a third on the way. In addition to his books he has authored numerous scholarly articles, served as a guest blogger and spoken to audiences of all levels. Kyle taught and coached at high schools in Texas before receiving his Ph.D. in 2005 from the University of Houston. Kyle has taught American Politics, Political Theory, and Public Law at Miami University, University of North Florida, and the University of Houston. In all of his work Kyle seeks to understand how a society can order itself in order to produce justice, liberty, and virtuous citizenry. His current projects pursue these ideals in the political arena as well as in private and public sector management in an effort to reduce conflict that can result from ethnic and cultural differences.

Kyle is also involved in the following organizations:

Advisory Board Member, North Carolina History Project, 2008-present

American Political Science Association, 2005-present

Midwest Political Science Association, 2005-present

Southern Political Science Association, 2005-present

Reviewer for the "Political Research Quarterly" and "Polis," 2007-present