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Johns Hopkins University
Robert R. Sullivan, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, has a BA from Boston College and a PhD from the Johns Hopkins University. He is the director of the Crime and Politics interdisciplinary program at the CUNY Graduate Center, has authored Political Hermeneutics (Penn State University Press 1989), and has translated and introduced Hans-Georg Gadamer's Philosophical Apprenticeships (MIT Press 1985). Professor Sullivan has also authored about twenty-five articles in such journals as Orbis, the Journal of Church and State, Polity, the Review of Politics, the Midwest Review, Legal Studies Forum, and the Journal of Criminal Justice, as well as the Australian Journal of Politics and History, Philosophy of the Social Science in Canada and most recently the Howard Review in England.