Dr. F. Gregory Gause, III Will Be Visiting the UA Political Science Department
October 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The Department of Political Science and the Program for Middle East Studies invite you to a panel.
Dr. F. Gregory Gause, III will be visiting the University of Alabama Political Science Department from Texas A&M University on October 16th to give a talk in ten Hoor 117 from 12:00pm-1:00pm.
Talk title: “Are You Interested in Getting an MA in International Affairs?” Dr. Gause will also present a talk on the international relations of the Middle East.
An MA degree in International Affairs can help prepare you for working in diplomacy, public policy, international development, business, research, non-governmental and humanitarian organizations, and other globally engaged careers. Come learn about the opportunities of an MA degree as well as where and how to apply.
This panel will feature F. Gregory Gause, III, Head of the International Affairs Department at the Texas A&M University; Waleed Hazbun, Professor of Political Science at the University of Alabama and former Acting Director of the MA Program in International Affairs at the American University of Beirut; Karl R. DeRouen, Jr. Professor of Political Science and Director of the International Studies Program at the University of Alabama; and Daniel J. Levine, Associate Professor of Political Science.
Abstract: Bio: F. Gregory Gause, III is John H. Lindsey ’44 Chair and Head of the International Affairs Department at Texas A&M University. Dr. Gause has focused his research on the international politics of the Middle East, with a particular interest in the Arabian Peninsula and the Persian Gulf. He has published three books, the most recent of which is The International Relations of the Persian Gulf (Cambridge University Press, 2010). His recent publications include “Hegemony Compared: Great Britain and the United States in the Middle East,” Security Studies (2019), “The Future of U.S.-Saudi Relations,” Foreign Affairs (2016), and “Revolution and Threat Perception: The Case of Iran,” International Politics (2015).