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Government

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Martha C. Johnson
Assistant Professor of Government
Vera Long 107, 510.430.3310, majohnson@mills.edu
Professional Interests: Comparative politics, African politics, democratization, food politics, the politics of development

Fred H. Lawson
Professor of Government
Department Head
Lynn T. White, Jr. Professorship
Vera Long 103, 510.430.2342, lawson@mills.edu
Professional Interests: International relations, international political economy, politics of the Middle East and North Africa, comparative foreign policy

Paul R. Schulman
Professor of Government
Program Head of PLEA
Vera Long 111, 510.430.3270, paul@mills.edu
Professional Interests: Bureaucratic organizations and public policy making; science, technology, and public policy

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Arturo Lopez-Levy
Lecturer, Spring
Vera Long, 720-352-5142, ael2002@columbia.edu
Office Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays 1:00-2:00
Professional Interests: Latin American politics, U.S-Latin American relations, Latin American economies, U.S foreign policy, democratict transition and consolidation

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Holly G. Robinson
Faculty Administrative Assistant
Vera Long Building, 510.430.2113, holly@mills.edu

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Last Updated: 2/10/14