Department of Government
Jim Quirk teaches a wide range of courses in American and comparative politics. He'll serve on the Faculty Senate beginning in Fall 2017.
Jim has taught at Loyola University Maryland and The Catholic University of America, and at the Varna [Bulgaria] Univ. of Economics through the Soros Foundation/Open Society Institute.
He lectures on American federalism at the Library of Congress's Open World Leadership Center. He has published on comparative nation-building, globalization, and American foreign policy, and writes for the Foreign Policy Assn blog.
Dr Quirk's favorite work outside the classroom includes experience in the Balkans, Mexico, and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq; naval engineering support for The Bishop Group; Middle East Dialogue at Catholic University; ICANN MEAC SWG; and working with AU's Center for Teaching, Research and Learning.
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