Political Science at UWindsor

Faculty

Group of Political Science faculty outside

Faculty in Political Science are active scholars and devoted teachers, offering students individual attention and close supervision in small programs. Select their names to learn more about them.

FULL-TIME FACULTY

Roy Amore

Professor
Ph.D., Columbia University

Email: amore@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2405 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1132

Research interests: Comparative Asian politics; engaged Buddhism; world religions and politics

William P. Anderson

Professor, Cross-Border Institute (CBI)
Ph.D., Boston University

Email: bander@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2366 / Office: Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre 218

Research interests: Economic geography; transportation studies; international trade, urban geography; energy and environmental studies; urban and regional economic modelling; US-Canada relations; interregional and international migration; quantitative methods; political geography

Stephen Brooks

Professor
Ph.D., Carleton University

Email: brooks3@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2352 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1138

Research interests: Canadian politics; American politics; Canada-U.S. relations; public and cultural diplomacy

Cheryl N. Collier

Associate Professor
Co-Director, Health Research Centre for the Study of Violence Against Women
Ph.D., University of Toronto

Email: ccollier@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2351 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1141

Research interests: Women, gender and politics; comparative and Canadian public policy; federalism and provincial politics; social movements; social policy

Jamey Essex

Associate Professor
Undergraduate Chair
Ph.D., Syracuse University

Email: jessex@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2358 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1139

Research interests: Political geography and geopolitics; globalization and development; agriculture and food; international political economy

Anna Lanoszka

Professor
Ph.D., Dalhousie University

Email: alanos@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2355 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1160

Research Interests: International trade; development; theories of IPE; economic policy-making; democratization and liberalization processes

Rebecca Major

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Saskatchewan

Office: Chrysler Hall North 1154

Elena Maltseva

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., University of Toronto

Email: maltseva@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2175 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1158

Research interests: Comparative politics; comparative public policy; political behavior and democratic politics

Lydia Miljan

Associate Professor
Director, Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Program
Ph.D., University of Calgary

Email: lmiljan@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2361 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1155

Research interests: Public policy; politics and the media; research methodology

Tom Najem

Professor
Ph.D., Durham University

Email: tnajem@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 5020 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1142

Research interests: International relations; comparative politics of the developing world; Middle East politics

Jesse Salah Ovadia

Associate Professor

Graduate Chair
Ph.D., York University

Email: jesse.ovadia@uwindsor.ca / Twitter: @js_ovadia / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2353 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1136

Research interests: International and comparative political economy; African politics; development theory; oil and resource politics

Emmanuelle Richez

Associate Professor
Ph.D., McGill University

Email: emmanuelle.richez@uwindsor.ca / Twitter: @emmarichez / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2395 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1144

Research interests: Canadian and Québec politics; judicial and constitutional politics; cultural diversity management policies and nationalism

Andrew Richter

Associate Professor
Ph.D., York University

Email: arichter@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2354 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1148

Research interests: International relations and strategic studies; defence studies; weapons proliferation; Canadian foreign policy

John Sutcliffe

Associate Professor
Ph.D., Cambridge University

Email: sutclif@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2347 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1147

Research interests: European and comparative politics; international relations

James H. Wittebols

Professor
Ph.D., Washington State University

Email: jhw@uwindsor.ca / Phone: 519-253-3000 ext 2909 / Office: Chrysler Hall North 1156

Research interests: Research at the intersection of media, culture, and politics

PROFESSORS EMERITI

Joan P. Boase, Ph.D., York University, faculty since 1988

E. Donald Briggs, briggs@uwindsor.ca, Ph.D., University of London, faculty since 1963

C. Lloyd Brown-John, Ph.D., University of Toronto, faculty since 1968

Bruce Edward Burton, beburton@uwindsor.ca, M.Soc.Sc., University of The Hague, faculty since 1966

Terence A. Keenleyside, Ph.D., University of London, faculty since 1971

Robert Krause, rkrause@uwindsor.ca, M.A., University of Windsor, faculty since 1970

Howard Pawley, pawley@uwindsor.ca, PC; OC; OM; QC; BA; LLB; LLD, University of Windsor (In memoriam)

Trevor Price, Ph.D., Queen's University, faculty since 1968 (In memoriam)

Walter Soderlund, akajake@uwindsor.ca, Ph.D., University of Michigan, faculty since 1968

Ihor Stebelsky, stebels@uwindsor.ca, Ph.D., University of Washington, faculty since 1968

Ronald Wagenberg, Ph.D., University of London, faculty since 1963 

David Wurfel, Ph.D., Cornell University, faculty since 1968 (In memoriam)

IN MEMORIAM

Martha Lee

Professor and Assistant Provost for Inter-Faculty Programs
Ph.D., Syracuse University

Cecil Houston

Professor
Ph.D., University of Toronto

Michael Bell

Ambassador to Jordan, Israel and Egypt
M.A. and B.A., University of Windsor