Dwayne Woods

  • Professor
  • Ph.D. University of Chicago 
    M.A. University of Chicago 
    B.A. Antioch College

Department Information

 
Political Science // Faculty

Office Information

  • Office: BRNG 2238
  • Office Phone: (765) 496-2890
  • Office Fax: (765) 494-0833
  • Office Hours: Class may contact by email, dwoods2@purdue.edu
  • E-mail: dwoods2@purdue.edu
  • Courses

  • Spring 2017
    POL 235-Y - International Relations: Rich and Poor Nations, Distance Learning

    Fall 2016
    POL 141-Y - Governments of the World, Distance Learning
    POL 235-Y - International Relations: Rich and Poor Nations, Distance Learning

    Spring 2016
    POL 141-Y - Governments of the World, Distance Learning
    POL 235-Y - International Relations: Rich and Poor Nations, Distance Learning

    Fall 2015
    POL 141-Y - Governments of the World, Distance Learning
    POL 235-Y - International Relations: Rich and Poor Nations, Distance Learning

    Summer 2015
    POL 141-Y - Governments of the World, Distance Learning

    Spring 2015
    POL 141-Y - Governments of the World, Distance Learning
    POL 640 - ProSeminar: Comparative Systems

    Fall 2014
    POL 141-Y - Governments of the World, Distance Learning

    Spring 2014
    POL 235 - International Relations: Rich and Poor Nations
    POL 640 - ProSeminar: Comparative Systems

     

  • Specialization

  • Comparative Politics

  • Research

    Dwayne Woods' research interests focus on different regions, however with a particular emphasis on Western Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa. Currently he is working on the rhetoric of identity populist movements like the Northern League in Italy and the Swiss People's Party and its relationship to international migration and globalization.  In addition, his research explores on the effect of political regimes on distributive and redistributive outcomes regarding social policies such as education and health in Sub-Saharan Africa.

    Teaching      

    Professor Woods teaches Government of the World, Western European Society and Politics, the Political Economy of Rich and Poor Nations and Graduate seminars on Comparative Politics and Research Design.

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