Office: Beechwood Hall, Room First Floor
Spring 2014 Office Hours:
Thursday, 10-11 in Beechwood Hall
Spring 2014 Courses:
PS 101 Introduction to Political Science
Regularly Taught Courses:
PS 101: Introduction to Political Science
PS 221: Early Political Thought
PS 222: Modern Political Thought
PS 361: Comparative European Governments
PS 378: Ethics in International Relations
Dr. Dooley's research examines the influence of nationalism on state power and in particular, the way that regional minorities in Western and Eastern Europe have either benefitted or been harmed by their respective governments. Since nationalism is related to political movements, Dooley has also published in a variety of journals on topics related to ethics, terrorism, and foreign policy. In 2011, Professor Dooley was named Dean of the Honors School.
Politics Still Matters: Globalization, Governance, and the Revival of Regional Minorities (2008)
Why Politics Matters: An Introduction to Political Science (2012) Co-authored with Joseph N. Patten.