• James Marquardt
    Associate Professor of Politics, Chair of International Relations

    Areas of Study:  American politics, international relations

  • Paul S. Orogun
    Associate Professor of Politics

    Areas of Study:  comparative politics, Africa

  • Siobhan Moroney
    Associate Professor and Chair of Politics

    Areas of Study:  political theory, American politics

  • Michael T. Hartney
    Assistant Professor of Politics

    Areas of Study: American politics, public policy, U.S. sub-national politics

  • Fatima Z. Rahman
    Assistant Professor of Politics, Chair of Islamic World Studies

    Areas of Study: comparative politics, Islam and politics Middle East politics, Islam and politics

  • Debra Homer Levis
    Assistant Professor of Politics and Chair of Legal Studies

    Areas of Study:  American politics and law

  • Evan Oxman
    Uihlein Assistant Professor of American Politics

    Areas of Study: political philosophy, democratic theory, American politics

  • Chad McCracken
    Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Politics

    Areas of Study: philosophy of law, political philosophy, analytic philosophy, history of philosophy

  • Clifford Deaton
    Lecturer in Politics

    Areas of Study: compartitive urban politics, urban theory, social and revolutionary movements, globalization and global cities, public art and community development

  • Stephanie Caparelli
    Lecturer in Politics

    Areas of Study: politics and law

  • Anahit Gomtsian
    Lecturer in Politics

    Areas of Study: comparative/urban politics

  • Samuel Bassett
    Lecturer in Politics

    Areas of Study: urban politics and revitalization, American politics, pedagogy

  • Aleksandar Jankovski
    Lecturer in Politics

    Areas of Study: international studies

Emeritus Faculty

  • Ghada Hashem Talhami
    D. K. Pearson Professor of Politics, Emerita

    Areas of Study: third World politics, women’s studies

  • Paul B. Fischer
    Professor of Politics, Emeritus 

    Areas of Study:  local and regional politics, race and politics, American politics

  • W. Rand Smith
    Irvin L. and Fern D. Young Presidential Professor of Politics, Emeritus

    Areas of Study:  comparative politics (Europe and Latin America), political economy