Cynthia A. Botteron, Ph.D.

Cynthia Botteron


Professor
Grove Hall 409
(717) 477-1344

cabott@ship.edu

OFFICE HOURS SPRING 2015
Mon. 12:30 - 2:30
Tue. 2:00 - 3:30
Wed.PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://">2:00 - 3:30



COURSES SPRING 2014

PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://">PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://">
PLS 201 Foundations of Political SciencePLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">
Tue/Thu 2:00-3:15PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">
Grove 306PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesPLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">
Mon/Wed 2:00-3:15PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">
Shippen 300PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">

PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://">

PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://">

PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://">PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://">
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">courses taught:PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">American Government: Constitutional Foundations
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Introduction to International Politics
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Introduction to Comparative Government
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Group Mobilization and State Change
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">20th Century Political Ideology
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Selected Topics: Comparative Development
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">research interests:PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife)
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">other interests:PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">jewelry making, gardening, travel
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">DEGREES:PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991
PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://" draggable="false">B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988

PLS 201 Foundations of Political ScienceTue/Thu 2:00-3:15Grove 306PLS 362 Contemporary Political IdeologiesMon/Wed 2:00-3:15Shippen 300 courses taught: American Government: Constitutional Foundations Introduction to International Politics Introduction to Comparative Government Introduction to Comparative Government paired with Research Methods Contemporary Issues: Comparative Environmental Politics Group Mobilization and State Change Ancient to 19th Century Political Philosophy 20th Century Political Ideology Selected Topics:International Studies Capstone Selected Topics: Comparative Development Selected Topics: Non-Profits and Public Policy Selected Topics: Environmental Politics and Policy research interests: comparative environmental policy (protected areas and wildlife) impact of norms and values on the structure of policy and law related to the environment non-governmental organizations: strategiesfor maintaining institutional strength and integrity comparative constitutions: evolving conceptions of representative government other interests: jewelry making, gardening, travel DEGREES: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (Government), 2000 M.A., Colorado State University (coursework in Philosophy), 1991 B.A., University of New Mexico (Political Science), 1988 DR. BOTTERON'S C.V. " href="http://">DR. BOTTERON'S C.V.

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