Faculty

Politics Faculty 

Richard Dougherty, Ph.D.

Richard DoughertyDepartment Chair & Director of the Graduate Program

Professor

Office: Braniff 206
Phone: 972-721-5043
E-Mail: doughr@udallas.edu

 

Christopher Wolfe, Ph.D.

Christopher WolfeProfessor

Office: Braniff 210
Phone: 972-721-5344
E-Mail: cwolfe@udallas.edu

 

Tiffany Jones Miller, Ph.D.

Tiffany Jones MillerAssociate Professor

Office: Braniff 218
Phone: 972-721-5140
E-Mail: tiffjmiller@yahoo.com

 

Jonathan Culp, Ph.D.

Jonathan CulpDirector of International Studies
Associate Professor

Office: Braniff 216
Phone: 972-265-5739
E-Mail: jculp@udallas.edu

 

David Upham, Ph.D.

David UphamDirector of Legal Studies
Associate Professor

Office: Braniff 214
Phone: 972-721-5186
E-Mail: davidrupham@yahoo.com

Daniel Burns, Ph.D.

Daniel BurnsAssistant Professor

Office: Braniff 208
Phone: 972-721-5278
E-Mail: dburns@udallas.edu

 

Matthew Post, Ph.D.

Matt PostAffiliate Instructor

Office: Carpenter- Braniff Graduate Office
Phone: 972-721-5023 
E-Mail: mpost@udallas.edu

 

Leo Paul de Alvarez, Ph.D.

Leo Paul de AlvarezProfessor Emeritus

E-Mail: alvarez@udallas.edu

 

 

Christopher J. Wolfe, Ph.D.

Christopher J. WolfeAdjunct Instructor

Office: Braniff- Politics Department
Phone: 972-721-5023
E-Mail: cjwolfe@udallas.edu

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