Political Science and Public Administration

Faculty & Staff

Dr. Mark E. Denham

Department Chair
Associate Professor 

Prof. Denham is Associate Professor of Political Science. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Political Science from The Ohio State University and has degrees from Boston University (Social Ethics) and the Georgia Institute of Technology (Chemistry). He teaches courses on international subjects including international organizations and political economy. He has published articles and books in the United States and abroad, including Citizenship After Liberalism (with Karen Slawner) and Perspectives on Third World Sovereignty (with Mark Owen Lombardi). He has also received grants for the US Department of Education for internationalizing the curriculum and Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad to hold seminars in southern Africa.


  • Ph.D., M.A., Ohio State University
  • M. Div., Boston University
  • B.S. in Chemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology


  • International Relations, Political Economy, Third World Development

Current Research

  • Nongovernmental Organizations in the Third World
  • Tourism, Surveillance, and the Tourist Gaze


  • Current International Problems PSC 1710
  • Principles of International Relations PSC 2700
  • International Political Economy PSC 4650 5650
  • Theories of International Relations PSC 4710 5710 
  • International Organizations PSC 4720 5720
  • Principles of Global Studies GLST 2000
  • Senior Seminar in Global Studies GLST 4900 
Last Updated: 1/4/17