Associate Professor of Political Science Kevin Dunn was interviewed for a WRVO public radio segment, “The Campbell Conversations,” hosted by Grant Reeher, the director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute and professor of political science at Syracuse University. The show, in which Dunn and Campbell discuss African politics, originally aired on WRVO (89.9 in Oswego/Syracuse) on Sunday, March 23. A podcast is now available online.
Dunn has written extensively on international relations and politics in Africa. He is co-author of “Inside African Politics” (2013); “Politics of Origin in Africa: Autochthony, Citizenship, and Conflict” (2013); and “African Guerrillas: Raging Against the Machine” (2007), among several other books. He’s also authored numerous articles on a diverse array of topics that have been printed in publications ranging from scholarly journals to an independent music magazine. In 2009, he produced, edited, and directed a documentary on the legendary band Stevie Stiletto, titled “My Life is Great: The Stevie Stiletto Story.”
Dunn has been a member of the HWS faculty since 2001. He received his Ph.D. from Boston University, M.A. from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and B.A. from Davidson College. Before joining the HWS faculty, he taught at Hartwick College, Boston University, Boston College, St. Anselm College, Tufts University and Appalachian State University. He is a visiting professor/friend of the faculty, faculty of development studies, Mbarara; University of Science and Technology, Mbarara, Uganda. In 2009, he was appointed honorary professor by the Senatus Academicus at the School of International relations at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, where he also served as a visiting scholar.