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Jarrett A. Carty, PhD

Professor, Liberal Arts College

Office: S-RR 05 
RR Annex,
2040 Mackay
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 8666
Email: jarrett.carty@concordia.ca

Jarrett A. Carty teaches in both the first and second year Western Civilization courses and the History of Science courses. His specialty is the early modern period in political thought, concentrating on Martin Luther, the Reformation, the Renaissance, and the late middle ages.
Jarrett also has a wide range of academic interests, including ancient Greek philosophy, the Enlightenment, the American Founding, and the history of astronomy.

Jarrett and his wife, Nikki, have two daughters, Hannah and Olivia. Jarrett is also an ordained deacon in the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa, and a part-time chaplain to St. Luke's Table, a meal and service ministry to Ottawa's urban poor. In his spare time he likes to run, play hockey, wilderness camp, fly-fish, and listen to jazz and blues.

Educaton

BA, MA (Carleton University)
MA, PhD (University of Notre Dame)


Recent Publications

Books

God and Government: Martin Luther's Political Thought. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2017. pp. xiv, 191.

On the Motion of the Heart and Blood: A New Edition of William Harvey’s Exercitatio anatomica de motu cordis et sanguinis in animalibus.
Eugene, Oregon: Resource Publications, 2016. pp. xix, 95.

Divine Kingdom, Holy Order: the Political Writings of Martin Luther. 
St. Louis, Missouri: Concordia Publishing House, 2012. pp. xi, 525.

Articles

“Martin Luther’s Political Interpretation of the Song of Songs.”  Review of Politics, 73:2: 449-467 (2011).

Book Chapters/Contributions to Edited Volumes

"Two Kingdoms/Political Theology,” Martin Luther in Context, David Whitford, Ed. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2018: 299-306.

“Machiavelli’s Art of Politics: A Critique of Humanism and the Lessons of Rome” in G. Kellow and N. Leddy, eds., On Civic Republicanism. University of Toronto Press: 2016: 119-135.

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