Earl F. PhippenVisiting Professor of Political Science
Hours: M 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.T 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
W 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.R 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
F 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Doctor of Arts, Idaho State University, 1996
Teaching and Research Interests
Globalization and U.S. Economic Policy; Arms Control; International Relations; Constitutional Law; the Presidency; American National Government; American foreign policy; Post-Cold War arms control; The Vietnam War; and Cold War politics.
Recent Teaching Experience
Adjunct Professor and Visiting Assistant Professor, Idaho State University (Fall 1999 – Present).
Taught American Government (PS 1101); International Relations (PS 221); Politics of War (IS 301); European Politics (PS 399/599); Recent American Foreign Policy (PS 3326); Constitutional Law (PS 4442/5542 & 4443/5543); The Vietnam War (PS 425/525); Senior Seminar (IS 493 and PS 4460); Travel and Study Abroad (IS 300); and Simulation (IS 200/400).
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Northern Colorado (1998-1999).
Taught American National Government (PS 105), Social Science Methods of Inquiry (SOSC 300).
"Constitutional Crises in Foreign Affairs: The Role of the Judiciary," Idaho State University, December 1996.
- "Engagement or Regurgitation: Teaching American Government Without a Textbook." With David Weiden. Politics and Policy, Vol. 33, No. 1. March 2005.
- "Soviet Intervention in Afghanistan and Nicaragua." Air Force Research Associate report, August 1987.
- "The United States in Latin America." Air War College Seminar paper, February 1987.
- "Counterinsurgency Warfare." Professional Military Studies 440 Course Readings Book, Spring 1984.
If you wish to learn more about Earl Phippen's work and vision check out his Curriculum Vitae here.