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Brabant, Margaret

Professor - Political Science
Political Science


Jordan Hall - 339B

Academic/Professional/Personal Focus

Areas of Expertise
Medieval political philosophy, feminist thought, and the service-learning pedagogy

Contributions: (published works or studies, conference presentations)
Frequently presents research papers on the topics of citizenship education, service-learning, urban revitalization, ethnographic research, and the politics of community outreach. Has conducted faculty, staff, and student workshops on service-learning at Butler University.

Butler Assignment (classes or work duties)
Political Science associate professor and department chair; director of the Center for Citizenship and Community


B.A. San Franciso State University; M.A. and P.h.D Unversity of Virginia

Legacy Recognition Award (2005) from The Martin Luther King Jr. Multi-Service Center; the Indiana Campus Compact Fellowship Award (2001-2003); YWCA Women of Achievement Award (2001); Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, "Outstanding Service Award" (1997 and 1998); Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society Outstanding Butler University Professor, College of Liberal Arts and Science (1995); Indiana Campus Compact Faculty Curriculum Development Grant for Service-Learning (1995); Demia Butler Student Organization, Butler University Outstanding Teacher Award (1994).