Kemi Fuentes-George

Assistant Professor of Political Science

 Monday 10:00 - 11:30, Wednesday 10:00 - 11:30 & by appointment
 Painter House 101

Allison Stanger

Privatization of Power, Contractors, Transparency, American Foreign Policy

Russell Leng ’60 Professor of International Politics and Economics


Bertram Johnson

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

Associate Professor of Political Science


Michael Kraus

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

Frederick C. Dirks Professor of Political Science


Eric Davis

Vermont Politics, National Election Politics

Secretary of the College Emeritus, Professor Emeritus of Political Science


Jeffrey Cason

Study Abroad, Latin American Politics

Dean of International Programs, Knox Professor of Inernational Studies and Politics


Courses by Field Fall 2014

American Politics

PSCI 0104 - Introduction to American Politics     

PSCI 0208 - The Politics of the U.S. Congress     

PSCI 0211 / ENVS 0211  - Conservation and Environmental Policy     

PSCI 0306 - American Constitutional Law: Individual Rights

PSCI 0308 - U.S. National Elections      


International Relations and Foreign Policy

PSCI 0109 - International Politics     

PSCI 0214 - International Environmental Politics     

PSCI 0260 - The Political Economy of Drug Trafficking     

PSCI 0303 – U.S.-Latin American Relations    

PSCI 0304 - International Political Economy   

PSCI 0311 - American Foreign Policy     

PSCI 0340 - International Order and Organization: Theories and Practice             

PSCI 0482 / INTL 0482  - Public and Private Governance in an Era of Globalization    


Comparative Politics

PSCI 0103 - Introduction to Comparative Politics     

PSCI 0228 - Central and East European Politics     

PSCI 0280 - The Politics of Policy Innovation     

PSCI 0292 - Political Communication     

PSCI 0330 - Comparative Development Strategies      

PSCI 0438 - Political Islam

PSCI 0483 - Rise of Asia and U.S. Policy

PSCI 0484 - The Political Economy of Regionalism   


Political Theory

PSCI 0101 - Introduction to Political Philosophy     

PSCI 0234 - Religion and Politics: Ancient and Modern

PSCI 0368 - Frontiers in Political Science Research     


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

The Web site 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.