Schedule for Spring Quarter 2019:
I am currently not teaching (as of 04/23/2019). Academic and CryptX AnalytX, LLC contact is email@example.com. Russian Federation and “Post-Soviet Space” activities and operations contact is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winter Quarter 2019:
I taught 2 sections of HIS 102 “Introduction to Political Science – United States of America” – @ National Louis University’s Wheeling, Illinois campus, Monday afternoons (13:00 – 17:00), and Wednesday mornings (09:00-12:00), both in Room 344. Office hours 15 minutes before, and 1 hour after both classes.
This was my first, and last, quarter teaching @ NLU Wheeling.
Note: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day/Week 2019 subsite can be found clicking on this link.
Academic and research related appointments made upon request via e-mail, email@example.com.
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 (see page “Fun With FOIA Winter 2019”).
Countries/regions that are the focus of my research include: United States; Russian Federation/Soviet Union; United Kingdom; Canada; Central Asia (especially Kyrgyzstan), Latin America (especially Mexico).
National Louis University (Chicago/Wheeling/Multinodal ChicagoStan) – Winter 2019.
Courses: History (HIS) 102 “Introduction to United States of Amerika Politix.”
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.
Courses: Cyberpolitics and Political Violence and Terrorism.
University of California, Davis (1994 – 2001):
Teaching assistant: American Politics; International Relations; American National Security Policy.
Last updated: 2019.04.23