Colin Hannigan is a PhD candidate in International Relations and Comparative Politics with a focus on civil conflict. His primary research interests involve third party intervention in civil conflict and post-conflict power-sharing/political inclusion (particularly when rebel groups become parties). Colin received an MA en route in Political Science from the University of New Mexico in the Spring of 2014. He also holds a BA from CSB/SJU, where he majored in both Political Science and Hispanic Studies and minored in Latino/Latin American Studies.
Spring 2018 Courses
FYS - First Year Seminar
POLS 121 - Introduction to International Relations
POLS 347 Latin American Politics
Comparative analysis of Latin American politics focusing on the themes of the military in politics, economic dependency, reform and revolution, and agrarian reform. Case studies include Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Nicaragua and Cuba.
Fall 2018 Courses
POLS 121 - Intro to International Relations
POLS 211 - Politics and Political Life
POLS 343 - Revolutions and Social Movements