Robert P. Kraynak
Robert P. Kraynak is a professor of political science at Colgate University. Before teaching at Colgate he taught at Bowdoin College. His research interests include English liberalism, American political theory and constitutionalism, and religion and politics. He has been published in, among others, the American Political Science Review. He earned his PhD from Harvard University and his BA from Cornell University.
In the Fall 2001 issue of The Intercollegiate Review, Kraynak offered encouragement to cultural conservatives who are leaning against the winds of modernity. In his essay, "Conservative Critics of Modernity: Can They Turn Back the Clock?", he asserted that modernity is not as indomitable as it seems and posited four strategies for "freeing our minds from the grip of modernist thinking."