Kemi Fuentes-George

Assistant Professor of Political Science

 
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 Wednesday 1:30 - 3:00, Friday 3:00 - 4:30 and by appointment
 Robert A. Jones '59 House B03A

Allison Stanger

Privatization of Power, Contractors, Transparency, American Foreign Policy

Russell Leng ’60 Professor of International Politics and Economics

 
 work(802) 443-5023

Bertram Johnson

Campaign Finance, Media and Politics, State and Local Politics, Intergovernmental Relations

Associate Professor of Political Science

 
 work(802) 443-5399

Michael Kraus

European Politics, the Balkans and U.S. Foreign Policy

Frederick C. Dirks Professor of Political Science

 
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Eric Davis

Vermont Politics, National Election Politics

Secretary of the College Emeritus, Professor Emeritus of Political Science

 
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Jeffrey Cason

Study Abroad, Latin American Politics

Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Schools, Knox Professor of International Studies and Politics

 
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Courses by Field Fall 2016-2017

AMERICAN POLITICS
PSCI 0104 - Intro to American Politics     
PSCI 0206 - American Presidency     
PSCI 0211 - Conservation and Env Policy     
PSCI 0282 - Power and Violence in America     
PSCI 0308 - U.S. National Elections     
PSCI 0310 - American Public Policy     
PSCI 0421 - American Environ Politics     
PSCI 0425 - American Presidency     
PSCI 0458 - Race, Gender, & Class Politics     

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND FOREIGN POLICY

Faculty and students collaborate to create Web site on South China Sea

The Web site SouthChinaSea.org was started in 1998 by David Rosenberg, a professor of Political Science at Middlebury, as a student-faculty collaborative research project. It has developed into a five-star online resource for students, scholars and policy-makers interested in South China Sea regional economic, environmental, and security issues.