Program Leader

Joice Chang

Joice Chang

Associate Professor & Program Leader

Law, policy, the environment, and research methods.

 

Office hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 1-2pm and by appointment

Faculty

Stephanie Burkhalter

Stephanie Burkhalter

Professor

Democratic deliberation, citizen engagement, political communication, U.S. national politics (especially U.S. Congress), public policy, racial, gender and LGBTQIA inequality.

Office hours: MW 2-2:50pm and by appointment (email to set up an appointment).

Loren Collins

Loren Collins

Lecturer & Internships Coordinator

Office hours: By appointment

Alison Holmes

Alison Holmes

Professor

Office hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30-2:30pm (by appointment preferred)

Jared D. Larson

Jared D. Larson

Lecturer

International migration, the politics of (im)migration, Spanish and Portuguese politics, U.S. politics and foreign policy, religion and international politics, comparative politics, international relations and global governance, and interdisciplinary research methods (including in migration and Iberian Studies)

Office hours: By appt. via phone, Zoom, or Skype (Skype: jared.larson)

John M. Meyer

John Meyer

Professor

Political theory and ideas, environmental political theory, politics of sustainability, democratic theory, everyday politics, populism.

Office hours: F2F (TF 10-10:50am), Zoom (WF 1-1:50pm) or by appt. Make Zoom appt here

Tani Sebro

Tani Sebro

Assistant Professor

Critical political theory, political ethnography, nationalism, migration, Southeast Asia (Myanmar and Thailand), everyday politics, humanitarianism.

Office hours: Schedule a time-slot in my Appt Calendar.

Nicola Walters

Nicola Walters

Lecturer

Environmental Politics, Criminality and Delinquency, Social Movements, and Social Activism.

Office hours:  By appointment via Zoom

Noah Zerbe

Noah Zerbe

Professor

Food politics, alternative food systems, and political economy.

Office hours: Thursdays 3-4:30pm and by appointment

Staff

Maria Medina

Maria Medina

Administrative Support Coordinator II

Peggy  Stewart

Peggy Stewart

Administrative Support Assistant II

Retired Faculty

J. Mark Baker

J. Mark Baker

Professor

Community-based natural resources management, socio-ecological impacts of hydropower development, community-forestry, water politics, political ecology, South Asia, North America.