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  Graduate School-Newark 2020-2022 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Political Science 790  

Political Science 790

Degree Program Offered: Master of Arts

Director of Graduate Program: Dr. Alison Howell, 730 Hill Hall, 973 353 5195, email


Members of the Graduate Faculty


Elizabeth Hull, SAS-N; Ph.D., New School for Social Research
Constitutional politics; American government

Jyl J. Josephson, SAS-N; Ph.D., Maryland
Political theory; women and politics

Gabriela Kütting, SAS-N; D.Phil., Sussex (UK)
International relations; global environmental politics; political economy

Alexander J. Motyl, SAS-N; Ph.D., Columbia
Comparative politics; Russia and the former Soviet republics; East European politics

Norman Samuels, SAS-N; Ph.D., Duke
Political theory; security studies; terrorism

Mara S. Sidney, SAS-N; Ph.D., Colorado
Global urban systems politics; public policy; race and ethnicity; American government

Associate Professors:

Nermin Allam, SAS-N; Ph.D., Alberta (Canada)
Middle Eastern Studies; social movements; gender politics; political Islam

Janice Gallagher, SAS-N; Ph.D., Cornell
Comparative politics; human rights; Latin America; legal mobilization

Alison Howell, SAS-N; Ph.D., York  (Canada)
Global governance; theories of global politics; critical security studies; health and military conflict

Antonio Vazquez-Arroyo, SAS-N; Ph.D., Massachusetts (Amherst)
Political theory (ancient, medieval, and modern); contemporary political thought; critical theory; American political thought; the politics of memory and catastrophe

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