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Julie M. Bunck, Ph.D.

Julie M. Bunck, Ph.D.

Appointments

  • Professor, Political Science

Departments

Location

  • Third Floor, Room 302
  • Ford Hall, Belknap Campus

Phone Number

  • 502-852-1659

Email Address

Website


Bio

CV

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Selected Publications

  • Law, Power, and the Sovereign State: The Evolution and Application of the Concept of
    Sovereignty, with Michael R. Fowler, Foreword by Inis L. Claude, Jr., (Penn State Press, l995).
  • Fidel Castro and the Quest for a Revolutionary Culture in Cuba (Penn State Press, l994).
  • A Documentary Reader on the Central American Conflict, 2 volumes, edited and annotated by
    Julie Marie Bunck (Charlottesville: Center for Law and National Security, 1985).

Educational Background

  • University of Virginia: 1988 Ph.D.
  • Indiana University: 1983 M.A.
  • Kansas State University: 1982 B.A.

Teaching Areas

  • POLS 331 Honors Seminar: International Organization
  • POLS 332 Honors Seminar: International Law
  • POLS 337 Law, Diplomacy and power
  • POLS 647 Seminar in Latin America

Honors & Awards

  • Visiting Faculty Fellow, Bond University, Brisbane, Australia, November-December 2007
  • Fulbright Scholar, research/teaching, University of Colima, Mexico, August 2005-January 2006
  • Earhart Foundation Grant, 2005-2006
  • University Distinguished Honors Professor, 2002-2008
  • Favorite Faculty Award, REACH, University of Louisville, 2008
  • Outstanding Faculty Mentor, Athletics Department, University of Louisville, 2008
  • Fulbright Scholar, teaching, University of Ryukyus, Japan, August 1999 to February 2000
  • University or Louisville Multicultural Teaching Award, Spring 1999.
  • Agency for International Development IPA appointment, January 1996 to August 1996. Served as academic adviser to the Latin America and Caribbean Bureau in the Office of Democratic Initiatives and the Cuba Project.
  • Princeton University-American Council of Learned Societies Grant, academic program with scholars from Vietnam, October l997.
  • Univ. of Louisville, International Center, Research Grant, 1997.
  • University of Louisville Research Grant, 1997.
  • Fulbright Scholar, teaching, Tokyo, Japan, 1996 (declined).
  • Ford Foundation/Program for the International Studies in Asia, Hanoi, 1995.
  • Social Science Research Council-American Council for Learned Societies Advanced Research Grant on Southeast Asia, 1995.
  • Fulbright Scholar, research, Central American Republics Research Program, l991-92.
  • Colgate Research Council Grant, l988.
  • Hudson Institute Fellow (declined) 1986-87.
  • Bradley Foundation Fellowship, l986-87.
  • Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, University of Virginia, l986-87.
  • Thomas Jefferson Fellow, University of Virginia, l986-87, l985-86, l984-85.
  • du Pont Fellow, University of Virginia, l985-86, 1983-84.
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