Department faculty offering courses in the National Security, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism Minor:
Full time and listed in alphabetical order
JENNY REBECCA KEHL, Assistant Professor
B.A. Macalester College, M.A., Ph.D. University of Colorado-Boulder
Phone: 856-225-2994; Email: ude.sregtur.nedmacnull@lhekrj Dr. Kehl conducts research and teaches courses in Political Economy and Development, with emphases on democratic institutional development and foreign direct investment. Dr. Kehl’s specific interests include government negotiations with foreign investors and conflict in the manufacturing and extractive/resource sectors. She is currently teaching Comparative Politics of Developing Nations in the Department of Political Science and International Economic Development in the Graduate Department of Public Policy and Administration. She has published research in Politics and Political Science (under APSA), Millennium (under ISSEI), the African Finance Journal (under ACIA), and has forthcoming research from recent field work in South Africa, Botswana, and Namibia.
AMAN MCLEOD, Assistant Professor
B.A., Amherst College; J.D., University of Michigan; Ph.D., University of Michigan
Phone: 856-225-6874; E-mail: ude.sregtur.nedmacnull@doelcma
Dr. McLeod studies judicial behavior, judicial selection systems, international law and comparative legal systems. Dr. McLeod teaches courses on American and comparative constitutional law, criminal procedure, American politics and international law. He has also written articles and chapters focused on judicial behavior, judicial selection and voting rights.
KIM EZRA SHIENBAUM, Associate Professor
B.A. Leeds; M.S., London School of Economics; Ph.D., NYU
Phone: 856-225-2971; E-mail: ude.sregtur.nedmacnull@uabneihs
Dr. Shienbaum is the Director of the National Security, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism minor
Dr. Shienbaum’s research and teaching interests focus on American Politics and selected international issues and she teaches a wide range of courses in that area, ranging from The American Presidency to Politics and Culture. Her books include, AMERICAN SHOCKWAVE: Entrepreneurial Capitalism and Its Global Impact , BEYOND THE ELECTORAL CONNECTION: A Reassessment of the Role of Voting in Contemporary American Politics and LEGISLATING MORALITY: Private Choices on the Public Agenda. Most recently she co-edited and contributed to BEYOND JIHAD: Critical Voices from Inside Islam (co-editor Jamal Hasan).Over the years she has also published several articles in respected and peer reviewed academic journals.
Dr. Shienbaum has made an outstanding contribution to one of the University’s core missions: public outreach. She created, hosted, and produced the nationally syndicated public affairs radio series HEAD TO HEAD , which was heard on over 75 radio stations across America. From 1995 until 1998, HEAD TO HEAD was funded by America’s largest pension fund, TIAA-CREF.
ALAN TARR, Professor II
B.A., Holy Cross; M.A., Ph.D., Chicago
Phone: 856-225-2970; E-mail: ude.sregtur.nedmacnull@rrat
Professor Tarr is a specialist in constitutional law and the judicial process and also teaches courses in the history of political theory. He is a Director of the Council for State Constitutional Studies, the editor of a major reference series on American state constitutions, and the author of numerous books and articles on constitutionalism. He has been a consultant on the development of sub-national constitutions in Russia and South Africa.
WOJTEK WOLFE, Assistant Professor
B.A., Binghamton University; M.A., Ph.D, University of Colorado, Boulder
Phone: 856-225-2972; E-mail: ude.sregtur.nedmacnull@eflowjow
Professor Wolfe’s current research program focuses on multiple international security areas including US-China relations, energy security and US foreign policy. He is the author of ”Winning the War of Words: Selling the War on Terror from Afghanistan to Iraq.” His teaching interests include US foreign policy, security studies, national security policy issues, and US China affairs.
Adjunct faculty, including Dr. Shaheen Ayubi, will be actively involved in offering courses to the program.