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Political Science Faculty (Unit 8)


David Ding / Carl Hodge / Adam Jones / Barrie McCullough / James Rochlin / Jeffrey Spring


DAVID DING
Associate Professor, POLITICAL SCIENCE

david.ding@ubc.ca
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Dr. David DingMA University of Virginia
PhD University of Calgary

RESEARCH: Chinese politics; Northeast Asian politics; international relations

TEACHING: government and politics of China; Taiwan and South Korea

CARL HODGE
Professor, POLITICAL SCIENCE

carl.hodge@ubc.ca
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250.807.9321

Dr. Carl HodgeMA Carleton University
PhD London School of Economics, UK

RESEARCH: European politics; American politics; international security

TEACHING: comparative politics; American and European politics, imperialism; war

ADAM JONES
            Professor, POLITICAL SCIENCE

WEBSITE

adam.jones@ubc.ca
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Dr. Adam JonesPhD University of British Columbia
Postdoctoral Research Yale University

RESEARCH: genocide and structural violence; crimes against humanity; gender and violence; gender and international political economy; research impacts human rights policymaking and social activism, gender and development policies, humanitarian intervention and peacebuilding, and international law

TEACHING: genocide studies; human rights; gender and international relations; mass media

BARRIE MCCULLOUGH
Professor, POLITICAL SCIENCE

barrie.mccullough@ubc.ca
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250.807.9396

Dr. Barrie McCulloughMTS Harvard University
PhD University of London, UK

RESEARCH: political ideologies; problems in international law; Canadian constitutional law

TEACHING: political philosophy; Canadian constitutional law; international law

JAMES ROCHLIN
Professor, POLITICAL SCIENCE

james.rochlin@ubc.ca
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250-807-9388

Dr. James RochlinMA University of British Columbia
PhD University of Alberta

RESEARCH: Latin American politics and critical security studies; exploration of new conceptions of security in Latin America, including those related to insurgenices, race and class, as well as production of oil

TEACHING: global politics, strategic affairs and security studies; Latin American politics; global political economy

JEFFREY SPRING
Sessional Lecturer
PHILOSOPHY / POLITICAL SCIENCE

jeff.spring@ubc.ca
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250.807.9134 

Jeff SpringBA Political Science and Law Carleton University 1999
MA Human Rights University of London 2003
MA Philosophy University of Guelph 2005
PhD Philosophy Western University 2013

RESEARCH:
Moral, Political, and Legal Philosophy, Global Justice and Human Rights, History of Social and Political Thought

TEACHING: Currents of Political Thought, History of Political Ideas, International Politics, Global Justice, Human Rights

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