Associate Professor, Political Science
- University of Oregon, Ph.D.
James Hanley is Associate Professor of Political Science at Adrian College, and a fellow of the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding.
After earning his Ph.D. at the University of Oregon he spent a year as a Visiting Scholar at Indiana University's Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis where he studied under 2009 Economics Nobel Prize Winner Elinor Ostrom. He also has certificates in Environmental Resource Management from CSU-Bakersfield and Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies from Stanford University. He teaches in Political Science,
Economics, International Studies and Environmental Studies & Sciences, as well as co-teaching a course on Nuclear Weapons and Power that is cross-listed between Political Science and Chemistry. His current projects are:
Political Science and Geology, that will take students to Belize over spring break for island and jungle camping, cave-trekking, and touring
Representatives" for the Midwest Political Science Association
- Developing a free on-line American Government text;
a new course, GeoPolitics of Belize, co-taught and cross-listed between Mayan ruins.
- Writing a paper on "Fair Representation and Functionality in the U.S. House of
Representatives" for the Midwest Political Science Association conference in spring 2015 with friend Rob Harbaugh.
Visit James Hanley's website for more information.