ADJUNCT FACULTY

 

Department of Politics & Policy

 

 

DAVID ANDREWS
Atlantic political security and economic relations, economic statecraft, international monetary relations, international economic governance, European integration, European monetary integration
HILLARY APPEL
Comparative Politics, International Political Economy,Democratic Transitions,Theories of Ideology, Russian & East European Politics and Comparative Political Economy
NANCY NEIMAN AUERBACH
Microeconomics, Public Policy
JOSEPH BESSETTE
American Government and Ethics
MARK BLITZ
Political Philosophy
KEN BLICKENSTAFF

ROBERT BUNKER
U.S. Foreign and Defense Policy; International Security; Transnational Organized Crime; Illicit/Sovereign Free International Political Economy; Terrorism, Insurgency, Gangs, and Cartels; Epochal Warfare Studies

   
ANDREW BUSCH
Intro to American Politics, National Public Policy, Elections, National Political Institutions
   
RODERICK CAMP
Pacific Rim, Mexican politics, Comparative Elites, Political Recruitment, Church-state Relations, civil Military Affairs
CECELIA CONRAD
Race and the U.S. Economy, Applied Regression Analysis, Urban Economics, Poverty and Distribution of Income, Marriage, Motherhood and Money
 
ELIZABETH CRIGHTON
Comparative Gender Politics, Comparative Ethnic Conflict and Peacemaking, comparative European Politics 
DONALD CRONE
International Relations
PIERRE ENGELBERT
Sub-Saharan Africa, Institutions and Development, Political Economy of the State, Separatism
EDWARD HALEY
International Security and General Foreign Policy Issues, U.S.-European Relations, U.S. Policy in the Middle East
 


THOMAS ILGEN
International Politics, International Political Economy, Science and Technology Policy
CHARLES R. KESLER
Political Philosophy
THOMAS KIM
Politics and International Relations
CHAE-JIN LEE
International Relations and Asian Affairs
CHRISTOPHER NADON
JAMES NICHOLS
Government, Political Philosophy
ADRIAN PANTOJA
AmericaLatino political behavior, immigration, racial and ethnic politics, public opinion, and American politics Markets
JOHN PITNEY
American Politics: Congress, presidency, political organizations and parties, public policy, media politics
RALPH ROSSUM
Constitutional Law, American Founding, Criminal Justice and Procedure
JOHN SEERY
Democratic Theory, Feminist Politics, Political Theory
SHARON SNOWISS
Political Philosophy, Including Ancient, Modern, and Contemporary, as well as Comparisons of Eastern and Western Thought; Futurology, Including Forecasting, Science Fiction, Altered States of Consciousness, Social and Philosophical Impact of Technology, Genetic Engineering; French Literature and Politics; Feminist Political Thought; Mind/Body Healing and Qi
PAUL STEINBERG
Comparative Environmental Politics, transnational social movements, political science research methods
JOHN SULLIVAN
Conflict and Negotiation Processes, Policy Analysis, Environmental Policy, Water Policy
LAKO TONGUN
African and Third-World Politics; Political Economy, Developmental Economics (Third World)
RICHARD WORTHINGTION
Environmental Action, Globalization, Science Policy, Information Technology

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