The Federalism Project

American Enterprise Institute

Kim Kosman
Research Associate, AEI

Research Areas Federalism
Constitutional Law
Progressive Era
Morals in Politics

Dissertation in progress: "Better Living through Better Policing: Civic Virtue and Federalism in the Progressive Era"

Research Associate, Pioneer Institute for Public Policy, 1996-2000
Freelance Writer and Editor, Center for Legal Policy, Manhattan Institute, 1998-2000
Research Associate, Center for Religion and American Public Life, 1999-2000
Project Assistant, Annenberg Challenge, 1999
Teaching Fellow, Boston College, 1998-1999

Awards and Honors Dissertation Fellow, Boston College Political Science Department, 2000/01
Summer Fellow, Institute for Human Sciences, July 1999 (Cortona, Italy)
Donald White Excellence in Teaching Award, May 1999
Salvatori Fellow, Washington, DC, Summer 1998
Earhart Fellow, Boston College, 1996-1997
Publications and Courses "Moral Federalism," The Public Interest, Spring 2002 (upcoming)

"The Assisted Suicide of the West," The Weekly Standard, December 17, 2001

Contributor, Dictionary of American History, 3rd Edition (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons)

"Rights in Conflict," course at Boston College, 1998-1999

Panels and Conferences

APSA, "Police Powers and American Federalism," Chair,            Respondent, September, 2001

New England Political Science Association, "The Missing Case for Moral Federalism," May,  2001

The Historical Society, Summer Conference 2000, Respondent

Institute for Human Sciences, Summer Program on Democracy, 1999 (Cortona, Italy)

Northeastern Political Science Association, "Progressives and the Commerce Clause," 1998

New York Political Science Association, "The Particular Positivism of Adam Smith," 1997

Education Ph.D. candidate, Political Science, Boston College (ABD)
B.A., History, University of California-Los Angeles

Office phone 202.862.4883
Office fax 202.862.7178
E-mail [email protected]