Phillip Munoz

Phillip Munoz
  • Discipline: Assistant Professor of Political Science
  • Organization: Tufts University

Phillip Muñoz is an assistant professor of Political Science at Tufts University. He teaches and studies political philosophy and American constitutional law.

His recent scholarly articles include, "James Madison's Principles of Religious Liberty" and "George Washington on Religious Liberty." His writings have appeared in The American Political Science Review,The Review of PoliticsFirst ThingsThe Claremont Review of Books and The Wall Street Journal.

In 2004 Professor Muñoz testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the matter of "Religion in the Public Square." He received his BA in Economics and Government from Claremont McKenna College, his MA in Political Science from Boston College, and his PhD in Political Science from Claremont Graduate School. He is currently completing a book on religious freedom and the American Founders.