GARY L. OLSON
Professor of Political Science; Chair of the Department of Political Science
Education: B.A., Concordia College;
M.A., University of South Dakota; Ph.D., University
Interests: International political economy, labor politics, U.S.
foreign policy in the Third World. His books include How
the World Works, U.S. Foreign Policy and the Third World Peasant, and The Other Europe. Dr. Olson has received Fulbright awards to Egypt, Jordan, Finland, Israel, and Mexico and was a Malone Fellow in Kuwait and Syria.
JOHN V. REYNOLDS
Professor of Political Science
Education: B.A., Lehigh
University; Ph.D., Rutgers University
Interests: The formulation and implementation of public policy,
interest group advocacy, politics and popular culture, diversity issues, and the political and
economic implications of Internet technology. Dr. Reynolds is the director of the Promise
of the Rainbow Diversity Initiative, vice chairperson of the Children’s
Coalition of the Lehigh Valley, and program chair for the Bethlehem Area Education Foundation.
KHRISTINA H. HADDAD
Associate Professor of Political Science
Education: B.A., Reed College;
M.A., McGill University; Ph.D., University
Interests: Politics of time and temporality, Hannah
Arendt, political action, fear, feminist theory, women's studies, and, in particular, the
politics of women's health. Dr. Haddad teaches a writing-intensive course
on visionary political writing and is affiliated with German
Studies and Women's Studies.
Professor of French and Latin
Ph.D. Candidate, Rutgers University
Middle East Politics