Jeffrey Cason

Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Schools

Knox Professor of International Studies

 work(802) 443-5404
 Old Chapel 202

Jeffrey Cason joined the political science department at Middlebury in 1994, and has been the Dean of International Programs since 2006.

Much of his research has focused on Latin American political economy and economic integration, with a particular focus on Brazil.  His recent books include two published by Routledge:  The Political Economy of Integration:  The Experience of Mercosur (2011), and the second edition of Overseas Research:  A Practical Guide (2010, co-authored with Christopher Barrett).  His research on Brazil and Uruguay has also appeared in a variety of edited books and journals, such as the International Political Science Review, Journal of Democracy, Current History, Latin American Politics and Society, and Latin American Research Review. 

In his administrative work, he oversees the following Middlebury programs: Schools Abroad, Bread Loaf School of English, Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, and the School of the Environment.


Administrative support:

Beth Miller, International Programs Assistant