Nicholas Dungey, PhD

Externí spolupracovník Ústavu mezinárodních vztahů


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Zaměstnání

present: Associate Researcher, Centre for European Security, Institute of International Relations Prague
present: Department of Political Science, California State University, Northridge
present: Visiting Professor of Humanities, College of Humanities, Anglo-American University, Prague, Czech Republic

Vzdělání

December 1998: Ph.D., Department of Political Science, University of California at Santa Barbara
December 1992: M.A., Department of Political Science, University of California at Santa Barbara
December 1990: B.A., Political Science, University of California at Santa Barbara

Publikace

Monografie

  • (2014): Franz Kafka and Michel Foucault: Power, Resistance, and the Art of Self-Creation. Lexington Press.

Odborné stati (impaktované a recenzované)

Ocenění

2016: Recipient of CSUN’s Student Ambassador’s “Polished Apple” Teaching Award.
2015: Nominated for the Academic Senate’s “Preeminent Scholarly Publication” Award for Franz Kafka and Michel Foucault.
2008: Recipient of the Academic Senate’s “Team Award” for Outstanding Comittee Service. 
2007:  Nominated for the Carnegie Foundation and CASE’s “U.S. Professor of the Year” Award.
2006:  “Distinguished Teaching Award,” Presented by the Academic Senate, California State University, Northridge.
2006: “Outstanding Faculty Award,” Presented by the Center on Disabilities, California State University, Northridge.
2006:  “Excellence in Teaching Award,” Presented by the Political Science Graduate Student Association.
2005:  “Excellence in Teaching Award,” Presented by the Political Science Student Association and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
2005:  Recipient of “Probationary Faculty Research Grant”
2004:  The Artinian Award for Promising Scholarship.  Presented by The Southern Political Science Association.
2003:  “Excellence in Teaching Award,” Presented by the Political Science Students’ Association, California State University, Northridge.
2002:  “Outstanding Faculty Member,” Presented by the Office of Residential Life, University of California at Santa Barbara.
1994: Academic Senate’s Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, University of California at Santa Barbara.

Odborné konference a semináře

“Franz Kafka and Michel Foucault: Writing, Resistance, and Freedom,” The Western Political Science Association, April 2010.
“Franz Kafka and Michel Foucault: Disciplinary Power and The Trial,” Western Political Science Association, April 2009.
“Franz Kafka and Michel Foucault: The Literature of Disciplinary Power,” The Western Political Science Association, March 2007.
“The Ethics and Politics of Dwelling,” The Western Political Science Association, March 2006
Co-Chair of Political Theory Section Midwestern Political Science Association Annual Conference, April 2006
“Ancient Thought and Contemporary Issues,” Panel Chair Midwest Political Science Association, April 2006
“Interpretation and Voice,” Panel Discussant Midwest Political Science Association, April 2006
“Narratives, Understanding, and Action” Panel Discussant Association for Political Theory Annual Conference, 2004
“Situating Hobbes," Presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2004
“Hobbes and Shakespeare: Imagination, Macbeth, and the Possibility of Politics” Presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2003 
“The Ethics and Politics of Otherness.” Presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 1995

Pedagogická činnost

  • August 2002–present: Professor, Department of Political Science, California State University, Northridge
    (PS 350 Great Questions in Politics, PS 411 Greek, Roman, and Medieval Political Theory, PS 412 Modern Western Political Theory, PS 414 Western Political Theory in the 20TH Century, PS 471d Proseminar in Political Theory, PS 570 Graduate Seminar in Political Theory)
  • 2011-present: Visiting Professor of Humanities, Anglo-American University
  • September 2001-June 2002: Lecturer (full-time), Department of Political Science, University of California at Santa Barbara
    (Introduction to Political Theory and Ancient Political Theory (Fall Quarter ’01), Modern Political Theory and Political Tragedy (Winter Quarter ’02), Contemporary Political Theory (Spring Quarter ’02))
  • September 2000-June 2001: Lecturer (full-time), Department of Political Science, University of California at Davis
    (The American Presidency and American Political Thought (Fall Quarter 2000), The Politics of Nietzsche and The Crisis of Liberalism (Winter Quarter ‘01), Philosophy and the Law and The American Presidency (Spring ’01))
  • September 1999-June 2000: Lecturer (full-time), Department of Political Science, University of California at Davis
    Introduction to American Politics and The American Presidency (Fall Quarter 1999)
    Modern Political Theory and American Political Thought (Winter Quarter 2000)
    Contemporary Political Theory and Foundations of Political Theory (Spring Quarter 2000)
  • April-June 1999:Lecturer (part-time),   Department of Political Science, University of California at Davis
    (Contemporary Political Theory (Spring Quarter 1999))
  • January-March 1999: Lecturer (part-time), Department of Political Science, University of California at Davis
    (Power in Literature and Theory (Winter Quarter 1999))
  • September-December 1998: Lecturer (part-time), Department of Political Science, University of California at Santa Barbara
    (Introduction to Political Theory (Fall Quarter 1998))
  • April-June 1998: Lecturer (part-time), Department of Political Science, University of California at Santa Barbara
    (Contemporary Political Theory (Spring Quarter 1998))
  • September-December 1998: Visiting Professor, Department of Political Science, Westmont College
    (Ancient Political Theory (Fall Semester 1998))
  • July-August 1997: Lecturer (part-time), Department of Political Science, University of California at Santa Barbara
    (Power in Literature and Theory (Summer 1997)
  • January 1992-June 1997: Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science, University of California at Santa Barbara
    (Covering courses in Political Theory, American Politics, American Political Thought, and International Relations)

Působení na univerzitě

Department of Political Science

2006-2007: Graduate Program Coordinator
2006-2007: Internship Coordinator
2005-2006: Graduate Program Coordinator
2005-2006: Graduate Program Committee
2005-2006: Internship Coordinator
2005-2006: Sabbatical Committee
2005-2006: Served as Marshall at Commencement Ceremony
2004-2005: Graduate Program Committee
2004-2005: Internship Coordinator
2004-2005: Created Political Theory Reading Group
2003-2004: Graduate Program Committee
2003-2004: Internship Coordinator
2003-2004: Search Committee for Public Law Faculty
2003-2004: Served as Marshal at Commencement Ceremony
2002-2003: Unit Change Task Force Committee Member
2002-2003: Search Committee for Comparative Politics Faculty
2002-2003: Supported and Participated in CSU Northridge's Political Science Students Association.           

University

2006-2007: Academic Senate
2006-2007: President’s Committee for New Student Convocation
2005: Served on “Distinguished Teaching, Counseling, or Librarian Awards Committee,” awarded by the Faculty Senate
2005: Represented the Political Science Department during the “Open House College Showcase”
2004: Spring  “Social Science Task Force” for Teachers for a New Era (TNE)
2002-2003: CSU Faculty Representative to UC Santa Barbara's Graduate Division Conference on Academic Job Searches





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