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Holly Lindamood

Holly Lindamood
Title: Limited Term Faculty
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Office: Gainesville
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Overview

Holly is a Ph.D. candidate (ABD) in Political Science at Georgia State University. Her major areas are International Relations, Comparative Politics, and Middle East Politics. She is currently writing her dissertation analyzes the influence of transnational advocacy networks on weapons prohibitions.

Courses Taught

  • POLS1101 American Government (GSU; GGC; UNG-Gainesville)
  • POLS2401 Global Issues (GSU; UNG-Gainesville)
  • PSC228 Comparative Politics (Morehouse College)
  • PSC285 Introduction to International Relations (Morehouse College)
  • PSC385 International Relations Theory (Morehouse College)
  • PSC489 Special Topics in International Politics—Transnational Advocacy (Morehouse College)

Education

  • Ph.D., ABD, Political Science, Georgia State University, 2018 (Expected)
  • M.S., International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004
  • B.A., Political Science, Augusta State University, 2001

Research/Special Interests

International organizations and transnational advocacy, with an emphasis on the development of international security norms and corresponding changes to state behavior. Her current research examines two variables that influence the success of transnational advocacy networks—framing and middle power-NGO partnerships.

Work Experience

  • Georgia State University: Graduate Teaching Assistant 2008-2009
  • Morehouse College: Adjunct Professor 2011-2017
  • Georgia Gwinnett College: Part-time Faculty 2012-2017
  • Daisy Alliance: Program Director 2008-2013

Personal Information

Holly has three spoiled dogs—most of her free time involves entertaining them. In her remaining spare time, she enjoys reading science fiction/fantasy/dystopian literature and playing the piano.

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