Ike Sharpless

I have a BA from Wesleyan's College of Letters, a "great books" program, and two master's degrees from Tufts University--one from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and one from the veterinary school's Center for Animals and Public Policy. I am now a fifth-year PhD student in political theory, and I research Aristotle's animal politics and its relevance for contemporary science and political theory. This quarter (Fall 2016) I am also teaching POLI 110A, an upper-level course on Plato through Aquinas. Some of my research can be found on my website.