Recent Faculty Accomplishments
Paul Lenze, senior lecturer of politics and international affairs participated in a roundtable titled “Biden in the Middle East: a new era of foreign policy?” The discussion was held with former advisors to the George W. Bush and Barack Obama Administrations at the University of Quebec-Montreal.
Halit Tagma, Paul Lenze author Understanding & Explaining the Iranian Nuclear ‘Crisis’: Theoretical Approaches
Stephen Nuño, chair and professor in the Department of Politics and International Affairs, has been selected to be a member of the new editorial team for Political Research Quarterly, a top journal in the political science discipline.
Eric Otenyo, professor in the Department of Politics and International Affairs, and Lisa Hardy, associate professor in the Department of Anthropology, co-authored a book titled, “The Inequality of COVID-19,” which explores COVID-19 immediate health communication, governance and response in four Indigenous regions.
Paul Lenze, senior lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Affairs, published the article, “Algeria: Military Past as Prologue” in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. The article explores the military rule that has dominated Algeria, a state in the Maghreb.
Maiah Jaskoski, professor of political science and international affairs signed a contract with Oxford University Press to solo author a book. “The Politics of Extraction: Territorial Rights, Participatory Institutions, and Conflict in Latin America” is forthcoming and is expected to publish in 2021.