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Ivy Hamerly

Senior Lecturer of Political Science

Education:
B.A., Wheaton College
M.A., University of California, San Diego
Ph.D, University of California, San Diego

Ivy Hamerly studies the relationship between domestic and international institutions; Legislatures; Western Europe; and the European Union.

Courses at Baylor:

PSC 3304 Comparative Politics:
A comparative study of the principles, structure, and operation of contemporary governmental systems with special attention to the democratic systems of Europe.

PSC 4354 Governments and Politics of Western Europe:
A comparative study of the forms of government organization, political processes, and major developments in Western Europe. Course emphasizes parliamentary forms of democracy.

PSC 4375 International Organization:
Fundamentals of international politics and international law, advancing to an intensified study of past and, particularly, present international organizations, especially the United Nations.