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Guillaume Bogiaris

Guillaume Bogiaris

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Guillaume Bogiaris's work is primarily about Machiavelli's political thought, but his research interests and works in progress cover topics such as Florentine Neoplatonism, Ancient philosophy, normative ethics, gender politics, and philosophy in contemporary literature. Dr. Bogiaris is also the coordinator of the political science minor and the pre-law program advisor at UWA.


  • Ph.D., Texas A&M University.
  • Graduate Certificate in Higher Ed Teaching, Universite de Montreal.
  • MA, McGill University.
  • BA, Concordia University.
  • Recent Publications

  • Bogiaris, Guillaume. Machiavelli’s Platonic Problems: Neoplatonism, Eros, Mythmaking and Philosophy in Machiavellian Thought. Lexington Books, 2021.
  • “Ne Me Quitte Pas: the Laws’s Argument in Plato’s Crito and Migrants’ Obligations to their Home Communities.” Published online first at Political Research Quarterly, forthcoming in print.
  • with Nederman, Cary J. “Niccolò Machiavelli.” In The History of Evil in The Early Modern Age (1450-1700). Edited by Daniel Robinson. London: Routledge, 2019.
  • “Love of Knowledge is a Kind of Madness: Competing Platonisms in the Universes of C.S. Lewis and H.P. Lovecraft”. Mythlore 132 vol 36, no 2 (Spring 2018).