Daniel Fram entered Michigan State’s Political Science Ph.D. program in the fall of 2013. His major field is political philosophy, where his research interests center on the moral foundations of liberalism and democracy, and his minor field is American politics, where he is currently studying the relationship between political parties and the separation of powers.
Daniel earned his B.A. from the Great Books program of St. John’s College (Santa Fe) in 2001, an M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Mississippi’s Teacher Corps (2009), and an M.A. in Political Philosophy from Boston College (2013). Daniel has also lived in Arizona, California, and North Carolina, where he has worked as a musician, a reporter, and as an English teacher in public and private schools.