CV Brevis


Short CV, formatted for the Web.

Asher Wycoff

wycoff (at) proton (dot) me


2023 Ph.D., Political Science, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY
  Subfields: Political Theory, Comparative Politics
  Dissertation: "Numbered, Weighed, Divided: Revolution and/as Apocalypse in the Modern Liberal Tradition"
Committee: Susan Buck-Morss (chair), Jack Jacobs, Carol Gould
  Certificate in Critical Theory
2015 B.A., Political Science, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA


Published Work


Courses Taught

2018–2023 Lehman College, CUNY, Bronx, NY
  Politics and Culture (Fall 2018–Spring 2022, Fall 2023)
Classical and Medieval Political Philosophy (Spring–Fall 2021)
2017–2020 Brooklyn College, CUNY, Brooklyn, NY
  Research Strategies in Public Policy (Fall 2019–Spring 2020)
Politics of Fear (Spring 2019)
People, Power, and Politics (Spring 2017–Spring 2019)



2023 Presenter, Canadian Political Science Association, Toronto, ON
"Civil War in the Kingdom of God: Hobbes's Judges"
2022 Presenter, Northeastern Political Science Association, Boston, MA
"Eschatology as Metahistory"
2021 Presenter, Association for Political Theory, Amherst, MA
"Dividing the Kingdom: Countereschatology in the Modern Liberal Tradition"
  Presenter, American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA
"Supplanting Habakkuk: Bruno Bauer and the Märzrevolution"
2019 JSS Author, Midwestern Political Science Association, Chicago, IL
"Between Prophecy and Apocalypse: The Buber–Benjamin Divide"
2018 Presenter, New York State Political Science Association, Staten Island, NY
"Parties of Catastrophe: Keynes on Marxism and Apocalypse"
2017 Presenter, Northeastern Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA
"Martin Buber's Utopian Eschatology"
  Presenter, Western Political Science Association, Vancouver, BC
"Against the Pauline Temptation"



2022–2023 Graduate Fellow, Writing Center, CUNY Graduate Center
2021–2022 M.A. Writing Fellow, Political Science Dept., CUNY Graduate Center
2021 Contributor, COVID-19 Impact Project, CUNY Humanities Alliance
2019–2022 Graduate Fellow, Center for Global Ethics and Politics
2017–2018 Political Science Program Representative, CUNY Graduate Council
2016–2018 Graduate Assistant to Alyson Cole
2016–2017 Co-chair, Social and Political Theory Student Association
2015–2016 Research Assistant to Susan Buck-Morss


Monetary Awards

2023 Selection, Dissertation Showcase, CUNY Graduate Center
2021–2023 Provost's Office Fellowship, CUNY Graduate Center
2021 Pay It Forward Grant, Political Science Dept., CUNY Graduate Center
2020–2021 Open Educational Resources Course Conversion Grant, Lehman College
COVID-19 Impact Project Grant, CUNY Graduate Center
2019 Political Science University Fellowship, CUNY Graduate Center
Conference Travel Grant, CUNY Graduate Center
2015–2020 Tuition Fellowship, CUNY Graduate Center
2015 Hoover Prize, Western Washington University




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