Political Science Faculty and Staff
Courses: American Politics, Research Methods, Presidency & Congress, Campaigns & Elections, Media & Public Opinion, Public Administration, State & Local Politics, Internships
Research: Mass media, public opinion, the presidency, and campaigns and elections.
Courses: World Politics, International Organizations, International Law, International Conflict Management
Research: Conflict management, especially how mediators’ characteristics affect the likelihood of mediation occurrence and success.
Teaching Discipline: International Relations
Courses: Legal Systems, Legal Geography, Law and Identity, Constitutional Law, Criminology, Criminal Justice, First Amendment
Research: Developing “everyday jurisprudence” in the areas of semiotics, spatiality, and constitutive legal theory.
Courses: Comparative Politics, International Political Economy
Research: Politics of China, Japan, and the Pacific Rim.
Courses: Political Theory, Enviromental Politics, Historical and Contemporary Political Thought, Feminist Political Theory, Politics of Race and Gender, Public Policy
Research: The intersection of animal rights, environmental political theory, and critical theory.