Government, International Relations Faculty

Tristan Borer, Professor of Government and International Relations, Government and International Relations Department Chair Tristan Borer, Professor of Government and International Relations, Government and International Relations Department Chair

Tristan Borer, Professor of Government and International Relations, Government and International Relations Department Chair
Human rights • Human rights and the media • Transitional justice • Gender and human rights • International relations

MaryAnne Borrelli, Professor of Government MaryAnne Borrelli, Professor of Government

MaryAnne Borrelli, Professor of Government  (On sabbatical 2014-2015 academic year)
United States politics and government • Gender and United States politics • The Presidency • Congress

Wendell John Coats, Professor of Government Wendell John Coats, Professor of Government

Wendell John Coats, Professor of Government
History of Western political philosophy from Plato to the present

Jane Dawson, Virginia Eason Weinmann '51 Professor of Government and Environmental Studies, Director of the Goodwin-Niering Center for the Environment Jane Dawson, Virginia Eason Weinmann '51 Professor of Government and Environmental Studies, Director of the Goodwin-Niering Center for the Environment

Jane Dawson, Virginia Eason Weinmann '51 Professor of Government and Environmental Studies, Director of the Goodwin-Niering Center for the Environment  (On sabbatical Spring 2015)
International environmental justice • International environmental politics • Comparative environmental activism and politics

Marion  Doro, Lucy Marsh Haskell '19 Professor Emeritus of Government Marion  Doro, Lucy Marsh Haskell '19 Professor Emeritus of Government

Marion  Doro, Lucy Marsh Haskell '19 Professor Emeritus of Government
Comparative politics - European political systems; Africa and Europe • African politics - Race and politics in South Africa • Regional and international relations • Democratization process • Human rights • Role of women in civil society • Elections in Africa

William Frasure, Professor of Government and International Relations William Frasure, Professor of Government and International Relations

William Frasure, Professor of Government and International Relations
United States Politics • Environmental Policy and Law • Law and Public Policy

Alex Hybel, Susan Eckert Lynch '62 Professor of Government and International Relations Alex Hybel, Susan Eckert Lynch '62 Professor of Government and International Relations

Alex Hybel, Susan Eckert Lynch '62 Professor of Government and International Relations  (On sabbatical Fall 2014)
U.S. Foreign Policy • International Relations Theory • Democracy in Latin America

Dorothy James, Professor of Government and International Relations Dorothy James, Professor of Government and International Relations

Dorothy James, Professor of Government and International Relations
U. S. Politics (especially presidential politics, political parties, campaigns and elections, and the impact of the media and interest groups on politics) • Constitutional Law, civil liberties, judicial behavior • Balancing National Security with Individual Freedom • American Political Thought

Peter Mitchell, Visiting Instructor of Government and International Affairs Peter Mitchell, Visiting Instructor of Government and International Affairs

Peter Mitchell, Visiting Instructor of Government and International Affairs
International public law (humanitarian, human rights, sea and airspace, environment) • Rule of law • International relations • The Judiciary • Law and society • Constitutional law

David Patton, Professor of Government and International Relations David Patton, Professor of Government and International Relations

David Patton, Professor of Government and International Relations
Comparative politics • European politics • European Union • Federal Republic of Germany

William M. Rose, Professor of Government and International Relations William M. Rose, Professor of Government and International Relations

William M. Rose, Professor of Government and International Relations
International politics, especially issues of war and peace • Terrorism and insurgencies: causes, consequences and policy implications • Ethnic conflict, the security dilemma, and prospects for civil war and peace • Post-Cold War and post-9/11 challenges for U.S. foreign policy

Caroleen Sayej, Assistant Professor of Government and International Relations Caroleen Sayej, Assistant Professor of Government and International Relations

Caroleen Sayej, Assistant Professor of Government and International Relations
Persistent authoritarianism in the Middle East • Contemporary Islamic social movements • Modernization and identity politics • Middle Eastern studies • Comparative politics • International relations

John Qunjian Tian, Associate Professor of Government and International Relations John Qunjian Tian, Associate Professor of Government and International Relations

John Qunjian Tian, Associate Professor of Government and International Relations
Chinese political economy • East Asian political economy • International political economy • Comparative political economy and politics

Daniela Melo, Adjunct Instructor
Comparative Politics • Social Movements • Revolutions and Revolutionaries

Sharon Moody, Department Assistant

John Nugent, Director of Institutional Research

Retired Faculty

Tristan Borer, Professor of Government and International Relations, Government and International Relations Department Chair

Tristan Borer, Professor of Government and International Relations, Government and International Relations Department Chair
Human rights • Human rights and the media • Transitional justice • Gender and human rights • International relations

MaryAnne Borrelli, Professor of Government

MaryAnne Borrelli, Professor of Government  (On sabbatical 2014-2015 academic year)
United States politics and government • Gender and United States politics • The Presidency • Congress

Wendell John Coats, Professor of Government

Wendell John Coats, Professor of Government
History of Western political philosophy from Plato to the present

Jane Dawson, Virginia Eason Weinmann '51 Professor of Government and Environmental Studies, Director of the Goodwin-Niering Center for the Environment

Jane Dawson, Virginia Eason Weinmann '51 Professor of Government and Environmental Studies, Director of the Goodwin-Niering Center for the Environment  (On sabbatical Spring 2015)
International environmental justice • International environmental politics • Comparative environmental activism and politics

Marion  Doro, Lucy Marsh Haskell '19 Professor Emeritus of Government

Marion  Doro, Lucy Marsh Haskell '19 Professor Emeritus of Government
Comparative politics - European political systems; Africa and Europe • African politics - Race and politics in South Africa • Regional and international relations • Democratization process • Human rights • Role of women in civil society • Elections in Africa

William Frasure, Professor of Government and International Relations

William Frasure, Professor of Government and International Relations
United States Politics • Environmental Policy and Law • Law and Public Policy

Alex Hybel, Susan Eckert Lynch '62 Professor of Government and International Relations

Alex Hybel, Susan Eckert Lynch '62 Professor of Government and International Relations  (On sabbatical Fall 2014)
U.S. Foreign Policy • International Relations Theory • Democracy in Latin America

Dorothy James, Professor of Government and International Relations

Dorothy James, Professor of Government and International Relations
U. S. Politics (especially presidential politics, political parties, campaigns and elections, and the impact of the media and interest groups on politics) • Constitutional Law, civil liberties, judicial behavior • Balancing National Security with Individual Freedom • American Political Thought

Peter Mitchell, Visiting Instructor of Government and International Affairs

Peter Mitchell, Visiting Instructor of Government and International Affairs
International public law (humanitarian, human rights, sea and airspace, environment) • Rule of law • International relations • The Judiciary • Law and society • Constitutional law

David Patton, Professor of Government and International Relations

David Patton, Professor of Government and International Relations
Comparative politics • European politics • European Union • Federal Republic of Germany

William M. Rose, Professor of Government and International Relations

William M. Rose, Professor of Government and International Relations
International politics, especially issues of war and peace • Terrorism and insurgencies: causes, consequences and policy implications • Ethnic conflict, the security dilemma, and prospects for civil war and peace • Post-Cold War and post-9/11 challenges for U.S. foreign policy

Caroleen Sayej, Assistant Professor of Government and International Relations

Caroleen Sayej, Assistant Professor of Government and International Relations
Persistent authoritarianism in the Middle East • Contemporary Islamic social movements • Modernization and identity politics • Middle Eastern studies • Comparative politics • International relations

John Qunjian Tian, Associate Professor of Government and International Relations

John Qunjian Tian, Associate Professor of Government and International Relations
Chinese political economy • East Asian political economy • International political economy • Comparative political economy and politics

Contact Information:

Phone:
860-439-2037

Fax:
860-439-2190

Email Tristan Borer
tabor@conncoll.edu

 

Department of Government and
International Relations
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