History, Political Science, and Criminal Justice

Meet the Faculty

 

Dr. George Kaloudis

Professor
Director of History and Government Program

Phone: (603) 897-8574; Email: gkaloudis@rivier.edu 

Ph.D., University of Kansas, Lawrence
M.A., University of Kansas, Lawrence
M.A., University of California, Fullerton
B.A., Panteion University, Athens, Greece    

Background
Dr. Kaloudis teaches a variety of courses in the department of History, Law, and Political Science including US National Government, State and Local Governments, International Relations and Politics, Modern China, Conflict Resolution and Conflict Management, and the Global Transformation. He has also published four books, numerous articles, essays and book reviews, and has presented at many regional, national and international professional conferences. He is a member of the Athens Institute for Research and Education (ATINER), a think-tank in Athens, Greece.

Courses Taught
Civilization in Western Perspective I, II; US Government; Introduction to Political Science; Comparative Politics; International Relations; Contemporary Political Ideologies; Modern China; History and Politics of Modern Greece; Conflict Resolution and Management; Constitutional History of the US; The New Globalism.

Specialties/Research Interests
History and Politics of Modern Greece; Transitional Democratic Politics, the case of Greece; Ethnic Politics; Diaspora Politics; Globalization.

Background/Accomplishments
Dr. Kaloudis is an academic Member of the Athens Institute for research and Education (ATINER); on the Editorial Board of the International Journal on World Peace; on the Editorial Board of ATINER (History Unit); an affiliate at The Minda De Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University; and has presented dozens of papers at regional, national, and international professional conferences.

Recent Publications/Proceedings
Dr. Kaloudis has published numerous books and articles on numerous topics including the following: United Nations; History and Politics of Modern Greece; Greeks of the Diaspora; Diaspora Politics; Ethnic Politics; Transitional Democratic Politics; Eleftherios Venizelos; The Global Order.
 

Location
Regis Hall

For info, contact:
Dr. Martin Menke
Department Coordinator
(603) 897-8603
mmenke@rivier.edu