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Jonathan Bradley

Research interests are the study of religion and politics in the United States. His dissertation examines the impact of absolutism and the Religious Right on the U.S. Congress. He has taught courses in American Politics, Environmental Policy, and International Relations.

Victor Fakoya

Research focuses on security and conflict, African politics, and ethnicity. His dissertation examines how violent conflict and civil society in resource rich African countries are affected by ethnic power dominance.  He has taught introductory courses in American Politics.

Nathan Henceroth

Nathan is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Allegheny College, and he has led courses in American Politics, Comparative Politics, and International Relations. With a research agenda that focuses on political behavior and political economy, his dissertation investigated how certain eurosceptic parties underperform in European Parliamentary elections. His research has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Party Politics, Journal of Common Market Studies, and French Politics.

Erika Masaki

Concentrations are in International Relations and Political Theory, with additional certifications in research methodology. Her dissertation examines participation in multilateral environmental agreements, focusing on the use of reservations in treaty design. She has taught introductory courses in American Politics, Political Theory, and Comparative Politics.

Hafthor Erlingsson

Research interests are in Comparative Politics.  His dissertation examines why developing countries are increasingly enfranchising their citizens living abroad.  He has taught introductory courses in American Politics, International Relations, and Comparative Politics.

Anthony Jordan

Research interests are in diplomacy and foreign policy. His dissertation considers how partisanship and populism affect the likelihood of diplomatic expulsion. Anthony’s teaching interests are in international relations and foreign policy.

Roman Lewis

Concentrations are in International Relations and Comparative Politics. His dissertation examines protracted conflict, state satellite capabilities and their effect on international crisis behavior. He has taught courses in International Relations and American Politics.

Michael Trevathan

Concentrations are in International Relations and Political Theory, with additional training in research methodology. His dissertation examines the impact of water insecurity on interstate conflict. He has taught courses in American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations, and Political Theory.