My curriculum vitae, last updated 08/25/2021, in *.docx and *.pdf formats.
Schedule for Fall 2021:
I am currently teaching two sociology classes at Morton College, in Cicero, Illinois.
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Terrorism and Political Violence, including War; Counterterrorism; “Intelligence” Communities; Internal/”Homeland” Security; Cultural Representations of Terrorism, Counterterrorism, and the Security Apparatus; Emergency Preparedness and Resilience (esp. BioWar); Surveillance, Human Rights, and Civil Liberties; Politics of Cyberspace (esp. surveillance, cryptography, transparency, computer network security and threats, “cyberwars” both real and imagined); Media Studies; Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) as a weapon of resistance.
Countries/regions that are the focus of my research include: United States of America; Russian Federation/Soviet Union; United Kingdom; Canada; Central Asia (especially Kyrgyzstan); People’s Republic of China; European Union; and, Latin America (especially Mexico).
Morton College (Cicero, Illinois) – Spring 2020 to present.
Courses: SOC 100 “Introduction to Sociology”; SOC 101 “The Family.”
National Louis University (Chicago/Wheeling, Illinois) – Winter 2019.
Courses: History (HIS) 102 “Introduction to Political Science: United States of America Politics,” (two sections).
City Colleges of Chicago (2014-2016):
Courses: American National Government; State and Local Government; International Relations; American Foreign Policy; and SOC SCI 201 Introduction to Social Sciences, II: Geography, History, Political Science, and Economics.
Roosevelt University (2002-2012):
Courses: Political Violence and Terrorism; Counterterrorism and Human Rights; Great Power Politics (International Relations/Studies); Latin American Politics; Cyberpolitics; Introduction to Politics (Comparative); American Politics; City and Citizenship. I also supervised undergraduate and graduate student independent studies, Honor’s and Masters Theses, and informally advised several student organizations. I was the Coordinator of the International Studies Program at Roosevelt University for several years, and served on campus committees and several job search committees.
American University of Central Asia (Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic) Spring of 2007, while on a Fulbright Fellowship:
Courses: Cyberpolitics and Political Violence and Terrorism.
University of California, Davis (1994 – 2001):
Teaching assistant: American Politics; International Relations; American National Security Policy.
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Last updated: 08/25/2021.