Theodore Meckstroth

Associate Professor

Office: Bolton, Room 628
Phone: (414) 229-4418


Ph.D., University of Minnesota
M.A., University of Minnesota
B.A., Whitman College

Courses Taught:

PolSci 255: Great Issues of Politics - Online (pdf)

Research Interests:

Political Theory, Methodology: Contemporary Political Theory, Marian Political Theory, Philosophy of Social Science, History of Political Theory.

Current Projects:

The political theory of Karl Marx. A long-term project which involves the logic of Marx's theory of society ad politics, the theory of the "state" in capitalistic society, and Marx's theory of revolution.

Selected Publications:

"Some Problems in Cross-Level Inference," American Journal of Political Science, February, 1974.

"Most Different System and Most Similar Systems: A Study in the Logic of Political Inquiry," Comparative Political Studies, July, 1975.

"Ecological Interference and the Disaggregation of Individual Decisions," Political Science Annual, Vol. XI. Indianapolis: Boobs-Merrill, 1975.