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Southern Oregon University

 

Associate Professor

Office:             Taylor Hall 103A

Telephone:       (541) 552-6124

Email:              walcherd@sou.edu

B.A., History, University of California, Los Angeles (2000)

M.A., History, The Ohio State University (2003)

Ph.D., History, The Ohio State University (2007)

Dustin Walcher works at the intersection of international, political, economic, and social history.  He is writing a book manuscript that analyzes U.S. and International Monetary Fund efforts to liberalize the Argentine economic system, and the socio-political disruptions those efforts produced, between 1955 and 1969.  Dr. Walcher offers courses on international history, strategy, and modern U.S. history. 

Dr. Walcher’s office hours during winter quarter are: Mondays and Wednesdays, 12:30-2:30, and Tuesdays, 3:30-4:30.  He is also available by appointment. 

 

 

Gary Miller Photo Gary M. Miller (History)
Professor
Office: TA 103B
Phone: 541-552-6645 
Email: Miller@sou.edu
Education: BA, California State University; MA, San Diego State University; PhD, University of Florida.
Teaching/Research Area: Pre-Industrial Europe, Spain, Empires, Film

 

Associate Professor
Office: TA 22
Phone: (541) 552-6188
FAX: (541) 552-6439
e-mail: whughes@sou.edu


Education:
BA (1987), California State University,  Chico ;
MA (1991), California State University, Chico;
PhD (1995),University of California, Davis.

Teaching:
Professor Hughes teaches introductory political science courses, upper-division courses in American and comparative politics, and both the Research Methods  course and Senior Seminar. He is also the director of the Southern Oregon Center for Social Research. 

Political Science 110: America and Globalization
Political Science 201: Politics & Power
Political Science/International Studies 250: Int'l Scene
Political Science 260: Politics and Film
Political Science 313: American Politics
Political Science 320: Globalization and Inequality
Political Science 350: World Politics
Political Science 310:  Mass Media and Politics
Political Science 398: Research Methods
Political Science 411: Public Opinion and Survey Research
Political Science 469: Politics in Fiction
Political Science 498: Senior Seminar

 

Assistant Professor, History & Political Science
Prelaw advisor
Office: Taylor 133
Phone: 541.552.6130
FAX: 541.552.6439
e-mail: pavlich@sou.edu

Professor Pavlich teaches introductory political science courses and a variety of courses in law, public policy and political philosophy.  But he won't be doing any of that any time soon because:

SCHOOL'S OUT FOR SUMMER

No summer office hours:  Email me if you are desperate for an appointment!

Soon enough it will be time for . . . 

Fall term courses: 

PS 202 Law, Politics and the Constitution (CRN 1925) TuTh 3:30-5:20 (TA 26)

PS 342 Environmental Law and Policy (CRN 2224) MW 1:30-3:20 (TA 26)

PS 436 Health Care Policy  (CRN 1929) TuTh 10:30-12:20 (TA 26)